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Global Risks Report 2023: How organizations should respond

The newly published Global Risks Report 2023 reinforces the need to develop resilience to cyber risks, which evolve as rapidly as new technologies. Image: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

Carolina Klint

Risk Management Leader, Europe, Marsh & McLennan Companies (MMC)

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Top 10 short-term risks according to the Global Risks Report 2023
Top 10 short-term global risks. Image: Global Risks Report 2023

Top 10 long-term risks according to the Global Risks Report 2023
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Global Risks Report 2023: The global risks landscape
The global risks landscape. Image: Global Risks Report 2023

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