This week’s article is by John W. Braine, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC.
With roles of CFOs traditionally including oversight of risk management and keeping company assets safe, cybercrime’s continually growing risk significantly impacts finance departments at many businesses.
Reviewed in this week’s full article…
…is how CFOs apply risk mitigation expertise to identify cyber threats, determine cyber security tool costs and collaborate with other departments to prevent threats from damaging company data and processes.
Building your cybercrime defense system starts with ranking all your data and apps based on their value and their relationship to revenue.
Greater Los Angeles and Southern California executives looking at cyber security best practices can benefit from talking with a provider of outsourced CFO services.
An on-demand, enterprise-grade CFO brings proven expertise in identifying data and business processes that are both most valuable and most at risk, as well as working with a managed security service provider to design and implement a comprehensive cyber security plan.