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Effectively communicating information security issues to executives can be a daunting and difficult task given the highly technical nature of the space and executive audience's level of understanding. However, a growing interest in all things security
from executive leadership has resulted in a need for greater visibility into the security function, which requires more frequent interaction between these parties.
Given its ongoing dominance in news headlines, ransomware resonates with leadership like few other topics in the cybersecurity space - from insights into the team's ransomware prevention strategy
to understanding the company's ransomware response plan.
As a result, security leaders and their teams need to know how to effectively communicate with executives about ransomware. Our team
of Faculty see this first-hand through our Ask-An-Expert service, where they field questions directly from security teams.
This piece highlights the all-important element of executive communication on the topic of ransomware.
Here is small a collection of questions security teams posed to our Faculty on the topic of communicating with executives about ransomware.
As part of our Ask-An-Expert service, questions like the above samples are answered by an individual Faculty member with hands-on expertise in the specific topic area via either a phone conversation or detailed write-up. Clients
enjoy unlimited, on-demand access to our Faculty, who can assist security leaders and their teams at any point in a given security project, regardless of maturity level.
Do you have questions about how to effectively explain and communicate the topic of ransomware with executive leadership? Get in touch with IANS to learn more about how our Faculty can serve as a clear-headed resource to help you and your team.
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