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There is a critical disconnect between the cyber security behaviour that top executives recommend and the way they behave themselves, while many firms do not know where their data lives and moves, a report reveals.

More than seven in 10 CEOs admit they have taken valuable intellectual property (IP) from a former employer.

78% of CEOs polled agree that ideas, in the form of IP, are still the most precious asset in the enterprise.

93% of CEOs say they keep a copy of their work on a personal device, outside the relative safety of company servers.

63% of CEOs polled admitted to clicking on a link they should not have or did not intend to.

The majority of business leaders (77%) believe their IT department would view this behavior as a security risk, but they do it anyway.

The findings also underline the need for a realistic data security strategy that not only addresses human behavior, but also takes both prevention and recovery into account.

73% of security and IT leaders saying they believe that some company data exists only on endpoints and 70% admitting that losing all corporate data held on endpoint devices would be business-destroying or seriously disruptive.

Pál Kerékfy's insight:

Vizet prédikál és bort iszik a legtöbb üzleti vezető, amikor a rá bízott értékes információról van szó. Szereti a saját kezében tudni, és szereti magával vinni, amikor vált – bár tudja, hogy így a cég legértékesebb vagyonát viszi magával.

De amíg a helyén marad, addig is lazán figyelmen kívül hagyja az éppen általa jóváhagyott szabályokat, és kockáztatja a cége sorsát.

A biztonsági és informatikai vezetők is látják a problémákat és a kockázatot…

A felmérést végző cég (Code24) szerint nem elég a jónak látszó szabályzat, az emberi viselkedést is figyelembe kell venni!

A felmérés (amiben 1000 informatikai és biztonsági vezető és 600 üzleti vezető vett részt)  itt szerezhető meg: https://on.code42.com/go/content-data-exposure-report-g/

#CEO #CIO #CISO #CSO #hypocrisy #UK #USA #Germany #Code24 #policy

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To Lead Across Cultures, Focus on Hierarchy and Decision Making

To Lead Across Cultures, Focus on Hierarchy and Decision Making | CIO | Scoop.it

Cultural differences in leadership styles often create unexpected misunderstandings. Americans, for example, are used to thinking of the Japanese as hierarchical while considering themselves egalitarian. Yet the Japanese find Americans confusing to deal with. Although American bosses are outwardly egalitarian—encouraging subordinates to use first names and to speak up in meetings—they seem to the Japanese to be extremely autocratic in the way they make decisions. As a Japanese manager living in the United States and working for Mitsubishi put it: “I couldn’t figure out how to adapt my approach from one day to the next, because the culture was so contradictory and puzzling.”

Pál Kerékfy's insight:

Nagyon érdekes olvasmány! Sok meg nem értés forrása az, hogy nem értjük egymás működését, mi van a viselkedésünk mögött, és mit jelent, amit mondunk. Ez a cikk a vezetés és a döntéshozás szempontjából hasonlít össze sok országot.

#HBR #HarvardBusinessReview #boss #leader #decision #culture #management

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