In the US, the chances of being successfully investigated and prosecuted for a cyber attack are estimated at 0.05%. We need to ask why this is happening, and what can be done to change it.
While a report shows online behavior is getting better, it uncovers a worrying theme: internet harassers often aren’t strangers.
The long tail effect, social influence and the Hawking Index can all offer insights into how people experience entertainment.
There are not enough skilled workers to plan, manage, integrate, and optimize security devices, strategies, and protocols
From extreme weather to biodiversity loss, this year's Global Risks Report paints a clear picture of environmental concern.
Geopolitical tensions, cyber crime and the environment: these are among the biggest global risks facing us in 2019. What should businesses do to prepare?
Consumers and enterprises, technology leaders and governments: all of them emphasize the need for global cybersecurity. But while most agree this is an urgent priority, research shows tha...
Cyber attacks against businesses have almost doubled in the last five years. Given that security is fundamental to any sustainable investment, investors must recognize they have a key rol...
With governments increasingly focused on building a STEM pipeline, they are potentially excluding those with the backgrounds required to maximize the benefits of technology.
From terrorists to hacktivists, all the way up to state-orchestrated cyber-warfare, staying alert in the new threat landscape calls for new skills and capabilities.
The fast pace of technology adoption is not being adequately accompanied by the necessary security measures. We must not be outsmarted by the tools we are so willingly embracing.
We need global cybersecurity standards around information sharing, incident reporting, security-by-design principles and best practices. The World Economic Forum’s Centre for Cybersecurit...
People, processes and technology - a new survey offers companies insights on how to manage cyber risk.
The vast flow of data and money make retail a prime target for cyber criminals.
The malicious use of technology that has intellectual processes typically associated with human behaviour is enabling criminals to launch new generations of cyber attacks. This is just th...