Risk and responsibility in a hyper-connected world: Pathways to global cyber resilience
Deloitte collaboration with the World Economic Forum
How to address emerging global systemic risks arising from the increasing connectivity of people, processes and objects?
How to create a more secure shared online environment across multiple industries and governments across multiple regions?
In short, how to identify pathways to multi-jurisdictional cyber security?
These are the key questions which this World Economic Forum report, developed in collaboration with
Deloitte*, seeks to address. Aimed at executives, non-specialists and experienced practitioners alike, the report discusses key aspects of cyber resilience such as information sharing, trust and the economics of cyber security.
The report offers a number of recommendations for the private and public sector, urging both to engage in a structured discussion on corporate responsibility and balanced policy to strengthen global cyber resilience. It also suggests the need for CEOs to take ownership of cyber risk management and to demonstrate this by committing to a common set of Principles for Cyber Resilience as one step towards building a shared understanding of rights and responsibilities.
To download the report, or to read the Forum: blog: ‘Beyond the hype of hyper connectivity’ or to watch the Deloitte video ‘Companies like yours’, access the World Economic Forum website
*Deloitte refers to Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited member firms.