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It's Time for Executives to Rethink Security

In 2020, Meta spent $25 million on personal security costs for CEO Mark Zuckerburg. While many executives of top companies require costly physical security solutions, the current digital landscape requires redefining what it means to protect today's C-suite leaders. The lack of a comprehensive cyber strategy can lead to identity theft, data breaches, phishing scams and other online data crimes. This article proposes solutions that companies can implement to protect the safety of personal, sensitive, or confidential information at the hands of executives.

Executives have access to a company’s most sensitive data and expansive network infrastructure, making them a top target for malicious actors. Personal data propels these crimes as people looking to compromise executive safety look to leverage a treasure trove of available information to undermine physical and cybersecurity.