A cyber risk balance sheet documents cyber events that could have financial implications for an organization. A new report outlines how to implement one.
It’s boomtime for cyber criminals trying to make easy money by taking computer data hostage and demanding ransom. As online working durged during the pandemic, so did cybercrime - ransomware attacks rose 151% in 2021. The World Economic Forum’s Global Cybersecurity Outlook found there were on average 270 cyberattacks per organization that year, with each successful cyber breach costing a company $3.6m. We speak to Jim Guinn, Senior Managing Director - Security, Strategy and Consulting Lead, Accenture - a company that had its own, well publicized ransomware attack last year, and to Algirde Pipikaite, Cybersecurity Strategy Lead at the World Economic Forum. And to talk about how ransomware can often be considered ‘ransom-war’, we speak to Alex Klimburg, head of the World Economic Forum’s Centre for Cybersecurity. Read the Forum’s Global Cybersecurity Outlook 2022 here: https://www.weforum.org/reports/global-cybersecurity-outlook-2022 Thumbnail photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash
The aim of this report is to provide an in-depth analysis of the challenges that security leaders are dealing with, the approaches they are taking to stay ahead of cybercriminals and the measures they are implementing to enhance cyber resilience.
This initiative seeks to deliver a unique, strategic blueprint to different industries to improve transparency and visibility and enable greater levels of trust.
This initiative aims to strengthen cyber resilience throughout the industry by developing a trusted, multi-stakeholder community of collaborators.
This partnership brings together law enforcement agencies, international organizations, companies, service and platform providers, and not-for-profit alliances.
We believe that progress happens by bringing together people from all walks of life who have the drive and the influence to make a positive change.