Cybersecurity risk management is a distinct practice for every organization, depending on its size, business vertical, staff composition, technology environment, and more. The best practices for one company sometimes don’t apply to another, and the top priorities for different cyber risk teams are often not the same. Nevertheless, there are certain commonalities across sectors, regions, company sizes, and other characteristics.
This new white paper distills the findings of the Middle East Institute panel “State of Play for Middle East Cybersecurity Leaders,” a discussion held in September 2020 about the unique threats, best practices, and corporate landscape in the Middle East and North Africa region.
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