Cybersecurity

As cyber attacks increase, here's how CEOs can improve cyber resilience

Successfully managing cyber resilience is necessary as organizations face repercussions. Image: Unsplash/FLY:D

Sander Zeijlemaker

Research Affiliate Cybersecurity, MIT Sloan (CAMS), Managing Director, Disem Institute

Michael Siegel

Principal Research Scientist and Director, MIT CAMS

Daniel Dobrygowski

Head of Governance and Trust, Centre for Cybersecurity, World Economic Forum

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Sander Zeijlemaker, Research Affiliate Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan (CAMS), Managing Director Disem Institute | Michael Siegel, Principal Research Scientist, Director, Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan (CAMS) | Daniel Dobrygowski, Head of Governance and Trust, World Economic Forum

Figure 1. Cumulative incidents over 60 months for cyber risk management strategy of the CC-CEO and the WEF-CEO.
Figure 1. Cumulative incidents over 60 months for cyber risk management strategy of the CC-CEO and the WEF-CEO. Image: MIT CAMS
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Figure 2. Cyber risk profile is based on the distribution of potential security incidents occurrence over 60 months for cyber risk management strategy of the CC-CEO and the WEF-CEO. Sensitivity analysis is performed with a 95% certainty range. cyber resilience
Figure 2. Cyber risk profile is based on the distribution of potential security incidents occurrence over 60 months for cyber risk management strategy of the CC-CEO and the WEF-CEO. Sensitivity analysis is performed with a 95% certainty range. Adopting the Forum’s Cyber Risk Principles demonstrates that individual organizations can significantly improve their cyber resilience without raising costs. Image: MIT CAMS

Figure 3. Resourcing (FTE) 60 months for cyber risk management strategy of the CC- CEO and the WEF-CEO. cyber resilience
Figure 3. Resourcing (FTE) 60 months for cyber risk management strategy of the CC- CEO and the WEF-CEO. Image: MIT CAMS
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