EcoDa, in partnership with ISA and AIG, has published a Handbook on Cybersecurity for European Board members.
The cyber-‐risk handbooks are an attempt to provide Board members with a simple and coherent framework to understand cyber risk, as well as a series of straight-‐forward questions for Boards to ask management to assure that their organisation is properly addressing its unique cyber-‐risk posture.
Independent research on previous editions of the cyber-‐risk oversight handbook – focused on the same core principles – has shown that use of these principles results in better cybersecurity budgeting, better cyber-‐risk management, increased alignment of cybersecurity with business goals, and helps create a culture of security. This handbook has been put together by cybersecurity experts from multiple governments and industry sectors, working together on a voluntary basis. It remains generic and general” and non- sector-specific