Protecting executives today is about much more than physically shielding them from danger. The cyber security risks are higher than ever, and organizations need to ensure that the network and data access many high-level executives have doesn’t become an easy entry point for attackers.
CSOs and CISOs need to make executive protection a high priority for the organization. Here are five fundamentals that security leaders should keep in mind.
1. Conduct a risk analysis
The first step CSOs and CISOs need to take is to conduct a comprehensive risk analysis. This includes identifying those individuals in the organization who are critical to the business and likely targets, and assessing the impact to the organization if they are the victims of attacks.
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