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U.S. Chamber offers fives reasons for CEOs to address cybersecurity

July 17, 2017 |
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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce provides five reasons why corporate CEOs should address cybersecurity risks, which transcend IT operations and can affect all aspects of a business.

The business group argues that cybersecurity is a “top-level requirement” and that cyber expertise can “inform” all corporate decision-making. The Chamber also notes that legal guidance on cybersecurity needs to happen “up-front” and shouldn't wait until a breach occurs. Also, third-party risks can affect a company's “bottom-line” and that a focus on cyber...

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