Cyber may intimidate boards, OCC's DuChene warns

Lack of cyber expertise intimidating

Carolyn DuChene

Lack of experience and expertise in technical matters may be intimidating boards trying to deal with the growing cyber threat, Carolyn DuChene, deputy comptroller for operational risk at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), warns.

The technical jargon that boards may be facing when trying to understand the cyber threat could stand in the way of decision making, she says. "We have to make sure boards understand the risks, which means getting information up to the right level in a

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