No topic has likely garnered more attention in boardrooms over the last couple of years than cybersecurity. And rightfully so when the full extent of direct and indirect costs of a data breach are considered. Direct costs include legal fees, forensic experts, public relations, remediation efforts, potential fines and regulatory compliance expenses. However, it is the indirect costs of operational disruption, increased insurance premiums, brand reputational damage, loss of future revenue streams, etc. that can lead to business ruin.