It’s easy to say “cybersecurity is a risk.” However, that leaves out a second fact – cybersecurity is also a very broad term, and nailing down a more specific cybersecurity strategy can be difficult. As a result, according to one recent survey, some members of the C-suite are still having trouble discerning just how secure their enterprise is based on its current cybersecurity policy.

IBM’s “Securing the C-Suite” survey, released in mid-February, found that just 51 percent of CEOs believe that the cybersecurity strategy of their enterprise is “well-established.” That figure pales in comparison to the 77 percent of chief risk officers (CRO) and 76 percent of chief information officers (CIO) or chief technology officers (CTO) that feel the same.

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