Cybersecurity

Business leaders and cyber experts can defeat online threats – but only if they work together

The traditional three lines model of cybersecurity is coming under growing pressure. Image: Freepik

Dr José Viñals
Group Chairman, Standard Chartered Bank
Darren Argyle
Group Chief Information Security Risk Officer, Standard Chartered Bank
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