Episode 84: Why We Need to Define Reasonable Cybersecurity

In episode 84 of Cybersecurity Where You Are, co-host Tony Sager is joined by Brian de Vallance, Senior Advisor at Cambridge Global Advisors; and Phyllis Lee, VP of Security Best Practices (SBP) Content Development at the Center for Internet Security® (CIS®). Together, they discuss the notion of reasonable cybersecurity. They begin by providing some background about reasonableness in cybersecurity and identifying the problem we need to solve — namely, the lack of a definition of reasonableness around which organizations can build their cybersecurity program. They then discuss how a definition for reasonable cybersecurity needs to include security best practices that are doable. They conclude by exploring how CIS's work around this topic may influence its content development going forward.





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