Executive Protection at Home is the Major Gap in Cybersecurity
While many of us do not realize it, industrious hackers are interested in gaining access to just about any set of personal and private data and assets so that these materials can be exploited. The level of the value lies in how much the payoff may be once the criminal steals the private data and puts it to work for nefarious purposes. For a key executive or board member, the pay off potential is obviously high.
High-level individuals now have a single, unified digital life, and senior leadership working from home has become the soft underbelly of corporate cybersecurity. The attack surface of the organization increases every time an executive works remotely from home – and CISOs do not have nearly enough visibility into what goes on in the home of an executive; no insight into the security of the home network, the personal devices used, the personal email accounts, passwords, and privacy footprint of the executive when they are out of the office.
Download this whitepaper to learn more about the state of personal cybersecurity & privacy for executives and key personnel, how it affects their companies, and what you can do about it.
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