Cybersecurity management refers to how organisations protect their data, information systems, 

networks, programmes and computers from cyberattacks, intrusions, malware or any other type of cybersecurity breach.

Over the past decade, the risk and severity of cyberattacks have steadily grown. The world has seen devastating cases of cybercrimes, including unprecedented breaches of data, microchip flaws and cryptojacking, which is an emerging online threat in which criminals “mine” for cryptocurrencies using the victim’s own computer. These attacks have left hundreds of millions of users vulnerable to hackers, who gain access to credit cards, bank account numbers and passwords.

To combat these attacks, the International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats (IMPACT) formed the first United Nations-backed cybersecurity alliance back in 2011. IMPACT is the world’s largest alliance, bringing together 152 countries with strong support from industry giants, academic organisations, international partners and governments. Member states have access to expertise, facilities and resources to address cyber threats, and protect information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure. IMPACT is just one of many alliances and institutions that exist to fight cyber threats of all kinds.

Cybercrime will be a major issue for years to come, especially with our increased use of cloud computing, big data and artificial intelligence (AI). The World Economic Forum (WEF) estimates that about US$5.2 trillion of tangible and intangible assets are at risk of cyberattacks (from 2019 to 2023). This will pose an ongoing challenge as we relentlessly pursue the use of innovative technology to do business and make our lives easier.

In This Report:
1. What is cybersecurity management?
2. Which organisations have received recognition for cybersecurity management?
3. How have organisations achieved high levels of cybersecurity management?
4. What research has been undertaken into cybersecurity management?
5. What tools and methods are used to achieve high levels of success in cybersecurity management?
6. How can cybersecurity management be measured successfully?
7. What do business leaders say about cybersecurity management?
8. Conclusion.

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Source :-
BPIR Category : 10.3.1 Establish systems security strategies & levels
10.3.2 Establish quality standards and controls.
10.3.3 Data availability in emergencies
14.3.2 Implement an improvement approach/method/technique
2.5.4 Identify and manage risks
8.1.3 Develop and administer governance system
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