KCGC | In Practice
Recent revelations about Uber's failure to disclose a 2016 data breach affecting 57 million drivers and users highlight a number of important governance considerations.
This installment of KCGC | In Practice discusses insights and recommendations regarding supply chain risk management based on a recent practitioner-scholar seminar.
This installment of KCGC | In Practice highlights the key takeaways and potential implications of the recently issued cybersecurity Executive Order and offers some recommendations for private-sector organizational leaders.
This installment of KCGC | In Practice offers actionable recommendations for making responsible and effective choices about when and how to invest in cyber insurance.
How can CIOs, CISOs and other personnel responsible for managing cybersecurity attract the attention and interest of the Board and get cybersecurity on senior leadership's radar? American University recently hosted a discussion on this issue.
KCGC Fellows Research
Sharing Insider Threat Indicators: Examining the Potential Use of SWIFT's Messaging Platform to Combat Cyber FraudWritten by Elizabeth Petrie, Director of Cyber Threat Risk Management at Citibank, and Casey Evans, KCGC Faculty Fellow
This paper focuses on identifying the patterns of behavior typically indicative of efforts by criminals to use insiders to cash out on fraudulent activity. The research explores the potential for organizations to use an existing telecommunication platform, such as SWIFT, to communicate cyber fraud threat information by establishing indicators of cashout behavior, which could warn of cyber fraud activity. An example of what this might look like using an MT998 message is included in the paper.
Traditional network defense approaches have been one dimensional, relying on technology as the gate keeper, however the adversary today is not only advanced and persistent but highly adaptable, constantly learning how to overcome defensive measures. In this paper, Casey Evans and Beth Petrie introduce an intelligence led approach to prepare for and defend against such attacks instead of constantly reacting to them.
KCGC White Papers
Cybersecurity breaches affect organizations in different ways. Reputational loss and decreased market value have often been cited as significant concerns. Loss of confidential data and compromising competitiveness of a firm can also cause havoc. There is no doubt that preventive mechanisms need to be put in place. However, when an IT security breach does occur, what should be the response strategy?
Cybersecurity Regulation and Private Litigation Involving Corporations and Their Directors and Officers: A Legal PerspectiveWritten by Perry E. Wallace and Richard J. Schroth, Ph.D
This paper encourages the largest number of corporate boards and individuals in governance roles to step up and devise and implement proper, effective corporate cybersecurity governance strategies.
Cybersecurity Act of 2015 Review: What it Means for Cybersecurity Governance and Enterprise Risk ManagementWritten by Joseph Panetta and R. Andrew Schroth
This paper specifically focuses on Title I - Cybersecurity Information Sharing and provides an executive overview as it relates to cybersecurity governance and enterprise risk management.
This paper examines five key challenges of cybersecurity governance and how to more effectively address them.
This report presents legal concepts, principles and issues with the intent of identifying best practices to maintain a solid cybersecurity governance strategy.