How leadership implements cyber resiliency across their organizations

A majority of executives around the world feel they face a “specialist-generalist” dilemma as to whom leads on cyber resiliency due to its critical nature across the company, but also the recognition that specialization is necessary, according to a global survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and Willis Towers Watson.

Over 450 companies across the globe were asked about their strategies and the challenges they face in building a cyber resilient organization. Almost 40 percent of executives felt that the board should oversee cyber, compared with 24 percent who felt it should be the role of a specialized cyber committee.

Read more about the findings of the EIU survey on Help Net Security.