Cyber resilience plan: Step 1. Getting your team to care | Amplify
Getting your team to care about cyber security can be a challenge, it begins with finding language that makes cyber a priority.
Many cyber projects fail because they’re seen as ‘technical’ issues that are misunderstood by C-Suite and the wider organisation.
But cyber resilience is everyone’s role. So ‘the business’ not IT should always be the common language across any cyber project.
That said, it needs a leader. This is often the CTO or CIO. Whoever is taking the lead needs to foster a language set and culture that is universally understood and accepted.
By actively engaging the business leaders and other stakeholders as full thought partners, the leader can establish cross-function commitment, avoid silos and gain a better approach to resource allocation.
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