Why global harmonisation of cybersecurity would be music to everyone's ears

Cybersecurity regulations harmonisation

Global harmonisation of cybersecurity regulations could reduce compliance cost and complexity for companies and consumers. Image: Unsplash / @samthewam24

Amy Higbee
Deputy CISO and VP of Information Security - GRC, Western Union
Ryan Erenhouse
Head, External Affairs and Public Impact; Member of the Executive Management Group, The Western Union Company
Sean Doyle
Lead, Centre for Cybersecurity, World Economic Forum
Marie Penelope Nezurugo
Research and Analysis Specialist, World Economic Forum
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