Boards are becoming more engaged with cybersecurity issues as the risks have become more visible and the potential for director liability has risen. Directors want to be informed and are asking more detailed questions. For those providing the answers, an effective presentation is critical to obtain buy-in and budget in line with the company’s risk profile and tolerance. In addition, board presentations can be an opportunity to present cybersecurity efforts not as simply costing money, but also as creating business advantages. The Cybersecurity Law Report has compiled the following list to help with this task. See also “A CSO/GC Advises on How and When to Present Cybersecurity to the Board” (Feb. 22, 2017); and “How to Handle Rising Expectations for Board Cyber Education and Involvement” (Mar. 14, 2018).