Cyber crime is technological climate change. It is not a problem to be solved; it is a situation to be managed. It’s not going away, and it’s growing every day.
Forty percent of all cyber crimes involve small and medium size companies. If you are one of those forty percenters, it means that you will see an entire year’s profits wiped out. It means that you will have to delay investing in your growth. It can also mean that the value of your company will decline.
It also means that CEO’s who lead their companies to become cyber-secure will enhance their chances of gaining competitive advantages and sustained success.
Cybersecurity involves your entire culture. Most cyber crimes involve behavioral errors by people outside your IT area. Many crimes occur because the organization did not fully understand the scope of the threat and the CEO did not allocate the necessary resources to combat it.
Cybersecurity requires CULTURAL ADAPTABILITY throughout your entire organization.
Cultural adaptation can only be achieved through the hands-on leadership of the CEO.
What you, as a CEO or business owner can do:
- Attend one of our 2-hour Executive Focus Groups, led by experts in the field of cyber-security and cultural adaptation.
- Exchange ideas and perspectives with other CEO’s who face the same challenges and opportunities that you do. Group thinking produces creative solutions that you would never uncover on your own.
- Use the information you get to inform, inspire and lead your own organization to become and remain the hard target that makes you cyber-secure.
- You don’t need to become a tech expert. You just need to understand the issue enough to make wise resource allocations that address your cyber risk and put you in the best position to maximize your sustainability. An Executive Focus Group will help you do that.
Of course, you can pretend that it will never affect you, or that it will somehow go away by itself.
But you didn’t get to be a successful CEO by being afraid of—and running away from— challenges.
Great leaders know when to delegate and when to show up. These Executive Focus Groups are a “SHOW UP” moment. Be there.
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