When CEOs and boards evaluated their market threats or competitors, few previously considered cyberthreats. Today, the sheer volume and concentration of data and digital transactions, coupled with easy global access throughout the business ecosystem, magnifies exposure to cyberattack.
The reward of a successful attack and the ability to remain anonymous and undetected presents an opportunity for anyone with a computer and Internet connection to infiltrate the business ecosystem.
Confidence in your digital future, data and transactions safety and identity and privacy issues, is essential to the growth of your organisation.
Organisations must establish a capability to provide continual insight and intelligence on the cyberthreats facing the business. Armed with this insight, business leaders can anticipate and react dynamically to changes in their cyberthreat profile.
The new reality:
Being aware of your Cybersecurity risks, being able to assess which threats could affect your business goals and having the agility to deal with new threats are priorities.
Cyberrisk management today is a complex issue, requiring board and management engagement, sophisticated techniques, and new skills and capabilities.
"80% of large organisations and 66% of small businesses had a security breach in the last year"
"According to the Global CEO Survey, one-third of CEOs don’t think a cyberattack would negatively impact their business. Yet 61% of consumers1 would stop using a company’s product or services if an attack resulted in a known breach."