C-Suite Priorities
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Cybersecurity and the C-Suite | Wayne Sadin on Digital Strategy

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Wayne Sadin on Digital Strategy” episodes will explore the fast-changing and high-stakes world of digital business. We’ll focus on what CEOs and boards must do to lead their companies successfully into the Digital Age. Today, we talk about cybersecurity, the C-Suite and how businesses can avoid becoming Equifax, the sequel.

Episode 3

In this episode, Wayne and I look at how cybersecurity has become a strategic imperative in the Digital Age. We explore the topics of “technical debt” and “technical hygiene” as they relate to cybersecurity. Plus, Wayne explains how business leaders can fight back hard against increasingly sophisticated invaders.

Key Concepts
  • “Technical debt” isn’t some arcane accounting term. It’s a strategic issue that CIOs and CEOs must confront together before that debt crushes them and possibly their company.
  • “Technical hygiene,” as Wayne explains, is critical. The bad guys are getting smarter, more sophisticated, more relentless and more aggressive, so business leaders need to fight back hard against these invaders.

 

Thanks for watching! For more like this, we recommend:

Wayne Sadin on Digital episode 1: Why CEOs Must Set Digital Mandate
Wayne Sadin on Digital episode 2: C-Suite Priorities in the Digital Age

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Wayne Sadin is one of our regular Digital All-Stars, experts who will appear in regular video podcasts focused on the critical themes shaping (and re-shaping!) the business world here in the digital age of 2019. Our intention is to provide regular chunks of timely ideas, insights and conversations on high-priority subjects from industry veterans with diverse backgrounds.

 

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