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wealth of quality free intelligence at enables executives to make ormed cyber strategy decisions.


URVIVAL CYBER


FEATURE


cybersecurityeurope PAGE 40


There is a wealth of quality free intelligence available that can enable executives to make properly-informed cyber strategy decisions.


THERE’S BEEN SUSTAINED, SOMETIMES MISINFORMED, DEBATE OVER WHETHER THE C-SUITE would benefi t from a new appointee: ‘Chief Intelligence Offi cer’. Some viewpoints argue that this would be a logical evolution of the Chief Information Offi cer’s role; others call for a wholly new job description that scopes the increasing need for cyber-threatened organisations in the private-, public- and third sectors to ensure that the wealth of insight being placed into the public domain, and could be leveraged for strategic and/or operational advantage, is tapped as a matter of policy. The Chief Intelligence Offi cer could work closely with


commercial directors and IT leaders to align competitive posture and recognise that cyber threats share commonalities with conventional commercial rivals – especially in global markets where challengers are prepared to use any competitive stroke at their


FACTS INSIGHT ON DEMAND


Back in the day, market research from analysts came in thick, ringbound folders, had a shelf-life of years. Today’s market intelligence must be updated every week.


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