AI Meets the Boardroom To Shape And Secure The Digital Future
DDN and MyLogIQ Alliance Will Improve Corporate Digital Governance To Serve The Public Interest
Digital Directors Network (DDN) www.digitaldirectors.network and MyLogIQ – www.mylogiq.com have announced an augmented-AI powered information alliance to improve how US public corporations govern IT to shape and secure the digital future. The alliance will improve transparency, develop and disseminate leading practices and improve digital diversity in the corporate boardroom.
“The future of business runs through IT but data breaches are putting the digital future at risk,” says DDN Founder and CEO Bob Zukis. “Digital success or failure starts at the top, with the board. Corporations can be doing a much better job at both leading with IT, while also protecting the data we entrust them with.”
Recent boardroom survey data indicates that technology, cybersecurity and digital disruption are the most important issues requiring more boardroom attention but that information technology expertise is the most underrepresented skillset in the boardroom.
DDN launched in 2018 with the mission of putting CIOs, CISOs and other qualified technology executives into every corporate boardroom. “We’re pushing the boardroom digital diversity agenda forward for all directors. This is a boardroom skillset that’s long overdue and an issue that is squarely in the public interest,” said Zukis.
MyLogIQ will provide DDN proprietary research on digital corporate governance practices for US public companies. MyLogIQ’s artificial intelligence (AI) engine TIME™ and augmented-AI Company IQ™ platform will research, structure and analyze hundreds of thousands of SEC filings and public company websites in real time.
Ganesh Rajappan, MyLogIQ CEO and Founder said, “Our intelligence will improve transparency on leading digital governance practices. Armed with our intelligence, DDN will educate boards and get digital executives into the boardroom to not only do a better job of securing the digital future, but in shaping it as well.”