It’s a common misconception that it’s the responsibility of the CISO to ensure business leaders are protected in every aspect of their digital lives, including the personal. After all, a cyber attack on an executive can be an attack on the company.
At BlackCloak, we contend that the CISOs job should not prevail outside of the corporate walls. Indeed, we frequently state that “because of privacy and compliance reasons, CISOs cannot solve the problem of protecting executives in their personal digital lives, even if they wanted to.”
But what are those privacy and compliance limitations? And why do they present a problem that no CISO or enterprise cybersecurity solution can fix?
Here are five reasons why you can’t task your employees with protecting your executives in their personal digital lives.