Every organization—large and small—has a responsibility to harden their cyber resilience and be prepared to respond to disruptive cyber activity. First and foremost, cybersecurity must be understood as a core business risk. The responsibility for cybersecurity needs to be elevated from the IT department to the board, the CEO, and the senior executive level. While this may be a cultural change for many businesses, CISA is here to help with information and resources to guide these business decisions.
It’s time to build cybersecurity into the design and manufacture of technology products. Find out here what it means to be secure by design and secure by default.
Corporate leaders have an important role to play in ensuring that their organization adopts a heightened security posture. CISA urges all senior leaders, including CEOs, to take these steps.
Implementing CISA's Cybersecurity Performance Goals (CPGs) will reduce the likelihood and impact of known risks and adversary techniques to both critical infrastructure operations and the American people.
CISA offers 5 urgent focus areas every CEO should implement to enhance corporate resilience in today's highly connected and complex technical environment.
To help companies understand their risks and prepare for cyber threats, CEOs should discuss key cybersecurity risk management topics with their leadership and implement cybersecurity best practices.
StopRansomware.gov is the U.S. Government's official one-stop location for resources to tackle ransomware more effectively. These resources help prevent attacks that can severely impact business processes and mission-critical services.