CEOs to be Personally Liable for Cybersecurity
Executives and Boards Scramble for Solutions
Download this 1-page Security Breach Guide, designed exclusively for CEOs and Executives, providing a critical checklist to both plan for a Security Crisis, and what to do in its immediate aftermath.
Liability for cyber-physical systems incidents will pierce the corporate veil to the personal responsibility of the CEO
"By 2024, over 75% of CEOs will be personally liable for security incidents."
CISO Strategy and Advisory
Executive Security Training
Security-by-Design Business Architecture
Organizational Change Management Consulting
Technology Architecture, Implementation and Managed Services
Expanded Risks of Vulnerability
Insurance policies will no longer be able to cover the costs and damages related to a cyber incident.
Cyber incidents will lead not only to CEO personal liability but also to significant financial and reputational repercussions.
Security issues have created a gap between the IT team and the executive suite. It is more than technological, it is organizational.
We are an elite group of executives who worked hand in hand with organizations such as FBI, DHS and Secret Service for 14-years to assess new cyber risks and develop proactive solutions for global enterprises.
Our team of C-level executives has secured some of the biggest digital assets in the world, including at Blizzard Entertainment, Playboy Enterprises, The Honest Company, United Talent Agency and RealD.
How do we know?
THIS NEW PARADIGM REQUIRES THAT CEOS AND DEPARTMENT LEADERS BECOME MORE IN TOUCH WITH CYBER RISK AND MORE PROACTIVE WITH CYBERSECURITY.
Like a fractional aircraft program, you don’t have to spend $40 million on a new Gulfstream, when you can simply buy a fraction of its time. And that’s how we work. You can have the expertise of global leaders in cyber security, for less than the cost of a traditional (and far less capable) consulting firm.
With Pandoblox, you can obtain just enough of time from our global leaders in cybersecurity to completely transform your company at a fraction of the price.
Other consultants are mid-level managers focused on selling a product or a specific security service.
There are key elements in both planning for a security breach event and the rapid-fire actions that are required in the chaotic first 24-48 hours after a breach. Because of the depth of strategy and short time-frames involved, the CEO and Executives must act quickly and with military precision.
Download this touchpoint checklist designed for executives to know what to plan for prior to an event, and what to focus on in the immediate aftermath of a security breach.