In this replay of a Better Questions for Boards webcast, we discuss how board members can best set the tone for effective cybersecurity.
Ernst & Young LLP (EY) recently hosted its second annual national Cybersecurity Board Summit, bringing together board members representing a cross-section of industries, geographies and sizes for discussions on cybersecurity risk and oversight. This summit was the culmination of a series of six regional director dialogue dinners held on cybersecurity in recent months.
To help us explore some of the key takeaways from what we heard from more than 100 directors, we invited a panel of business leaders to discuss evolving leading practices, recent lessons learned and how boards can enhance cybersecurity risk oversight.
The panel, moderated by Steve Klemash, Americas Leader of the EY Center for Board Matters, included:
- Larry Clinton: President and CEO, Internet Security Alliance
- Kris Lovejoy: EY Global Cybersecurity Leader
- Ellen Rinaldi: Board member, Main Line Health (retired Vanguard CSO and CISO)
- Don Vieira: Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
Watch and listen to featured video clips below, or access the full replay here: