With the mountain of responsibilities in front of modern CEOs along with the lack of time that many have, it's no wonder lower priority initiatives take a backseat or get outsourced. But are you overlooking some critical aspects of your business that keep it running and secure? Can you answer the following question: Who's holding the keys to your network? If you can't answer that confidently then you could have a potential problem on your hands — a big problem. You have heard about cybercrime and threats to your business on the web, but do you have a clear idea of how your network was set up, who holds the keys to your network, and how you can access your network? Keeping in direct contact with your IT department whether internal or external is extremely important. Your team might know who holds the keys to your network, but if you don't know, then who are you going to call? How will you have a potential security threats dealt with if you don't know who to turn to?