Cybersecurity – Two-Thirds of Middle East Bank CEOs at Risk of Losing Jobs According to Metin Mitchell Research

DUBAI, UAE – Two-thirds of bank chief executives (71%) in the Middle East could be at risk of losing their jobs because they are not managing cybersecurity risks effectively.   Research shows that only 29% of Middle East banks with assets of more than $10bn have a chief information security officer (CISO) reporting directly to the chief executive – a key sign among cybersecurity professionals that an organization is taking and managing these threats seriously. More than a third (35%) of CISOs have no direct reporting line to any C-level executives.   The research was carried…

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