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What Steps Can Treasurers and CFOs Take to Fight Cybertheft?

  • By Andrew Deichler
  • Published: 9/23/2014

Cybersecurity is on the top of treasurers’ minds these days, and for good reason. Reports of massive data breaches at major companies surface on what feels like a weekly basis. Yet there are measures that treasury departments can take to mitigate these risks, such as purchasing cyberinsurance, making improvements to overall security systems, and working with law enforcement when a breach is detected.

In Cybersecurity: The New Challenge for Treasurers, AFP has compiled some of its most recent coverage on the cyberthreats that your company needs to be aware of. From the Target breach, to the GameOver Zeus botnet, to Heartbleed, AFP looks at each incident and pulls out relevant takeaways for treasury and finance professionals. In this compilation, you will find the tools you need to adequately prepare your organization for the threats of today, and tomorrow.

Cybersecurity: The New Challenge for Treasurers is part of AFP’s new cybersecurity webpage, which provides tools to treasury and finance professionals to defend their organizations against the cyberthreats of today, and tomorrow. Practitioners will find best practices, recent surveys and guides, information on upcoming conference sessions and all of AFP’s most recent coverage on cybersecurity.

Visit AFP's new cybersecurity webpage here.

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