Companies of all sizes have recognised the tremendous opportunity the Internet presents for conducting business. But great reward also comes with great risk.
Cyber Risk has now emerged as a high-profile problem; so much so, it has been escalated to third position on the corporate boards risk register.
In the 21st century everyone needs to take cyber risk seriously.
The theft of intellectual property from the U.S. is "unprecedented," and costs the nation an estimated $300 billion each year, according to the IP Commission Report, issued in May.
Worse, corporate employees—through their information sharing practices—are making it easy for IP thieves.