How to succeed in an increasingly risky cyber environment

To navigate an uptick in cybersecurity breaches post-COVID, governments and companies must promote core cyber risk management skills and initiatives. Image: Unsplash / @wasdrew

David Koh

Commissioner of Cybersecurity and Chief Executive, Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA)

Nancy Luquette

Chief Risk Officer, S&P Global

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Information Security has become a top priority for companies after COVID-19. Image: 451 Research's Voice of the Enterprise: Digital Pulse, Coronavirus Flash Survey, October 2020
David Koh, CSA of Singapore & Nancy Luquette, S&P Global
David Koh, CSA of Singapore & Nancy Luquette, S&P Global
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