CEOs get paid more - not less - after cybersecurity breaches

Doug Woodburn
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CEOs get paid more - not less - after cybersecurity breaches

Firms likely to invest in current management to address structural flaws, rather than firing CEO or docking their pay, study finds

The logic that heads will roll in the boardroom in the aftermath of a cybersecurity breach has been turned on its head by new research suggesting that such incidents actually fuel higher CEO pay. Far...

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