Should CEOs be held responsible for data breaches?

CEOs should be the ones responsible in case of a cyber-attack and a data breach in an organisation, according to a new report by Tripwire. Polling Infosecurity Europe 2017 attendees on who should be held accountable in such a scenario, 40 per cent said CEOs. CISOs are the second in line with 21 per cent of answers, while 14 per cent would blame the CIO. “Other” took 15 per cent.

Read about the new report by Tripwire which reveals that nearly 40 percent of respondents think CEOs should be held responsible for a data breach on IT Pro Portal.

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