Many cybersecurity leaders take a cybersecurity breach as a personal failing, making it a difficult conversation to bring up with senior managers.
According to research from Palo Alto Networks, many leaders felt like they could have done more to prevent the breach. Of the 42% that did notify their senior leaders during a breach, they believed they had done everything they could to prevent it. However, only one third believe their senior management are open to new ideas on tackling cybersecurity
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