The ability to provide a trusted environment for individuals and business to interact online is a critical enabler for innovation and growth. Digital transformation makes the protection and resilience of our shared digital environment a critical enabler for the economic growth of companies and countries.
In recognition of this, and in response to the growing threats and risks in a digitally interconnected world, over 70 companies and government bodies across 15 sectors and 25 countries have joined forces to create the Partnering for Cyber Resilience initiative. Together, the leaders of these organizations have signed a set of Principles which demonstrate their commitment to taking an integrated, strategic approach to technology risks and opportunities, and to play their role in providing a resilient digital environment for all.
This initiative is at the forefront of the conversation around resilience to cyber risks – from being a narrow technical specialization to being a topic of core strategic concern for CEOs and government leaders worldwide. Cyber resilience is no longer an afterthought and a cost. It is an essential component of any business or national strategy that seeks to be successful and sustainable.
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How to Join the Partnering for Cyber Resilience Initiative
All organizations are welcome to join the initiative regardless of their affiliation with the World Economic Forum.
- Download and read the Partnering for Cyber Resilience Principles and Guidelines document
- Sign the Commitment to Cyber Resilience included in the document and send it to email@example.com