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Partnering for cyber resilience

Risk & responsibility in a hyperconnected world

Cyber HandsDeloitte member firms are helping global businesses win the war against cybercrime, acting as Knowledge Partner to the World Economic Forum’s Partnering for Cyber Resilience initiative. The multi-industry, multi-stakeholder dialogue aims to improve cyber resilience, raise business standards, and to contribute to a safer and stronger connected society.

The global initiative has developed a set of shared Principles for Cyber Resilience and a report suggesting Pathways to Global Cyber Resilience. The initiative asks leaders to sign the Principles, and offers organizations tools to evaluate and improve their capabilities.

The Cyber Resilience Partnership Conference

In Dublin on 5 December and in Washington, D.C. on 12 December, key public sector and business leaders gathered to discuss the roles of the public and private sectors to build a resilient cyber environment. Members and supporters of the Partnering for Cyber Resilience initiative determined the agenda and direction of cyber-related discussions at the Forum's Annual Meeting 2013 in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, and the future of the initiative. To learn more, please contact

How to join the Partnering for Cyber Resilience initiative

CEOs (or comparable public sector leaders) from all industries are invited to join Deloitte Global CEO Barry Salzberg in signing these Principles to show your support towards improving cyber resilience.

Explore the thought leadership below and contact us to learn more about cyber security services offered by Deloitte member firms around the world.

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Partnering for Cyber Resilience Principles & Guidelines
Deloitte member firms contribute as project advisers to the World Economic Forum initiative. Launched January 2012 at the Annual Meeting at Davos, the Principles aim to provide companies with a model for organizational cyber resilience.

Risk and Responsibility in a Hyperconnected World: Pathways to Global Cyber Resilience
Produced in collaboration with Deloitte, this report examines some of the key threats posed by hyperconnectivity, ways to deal with them, and how to raise the issue as a matter of corporate governance on the CEO agenda.

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Center for Cyber Innovation
The Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation (CCI), part of Deloitte LLP in the United States, develops cyber solutions for clients in the public and private sectors. Their resource page includes:

Companies like yours [video]
Deloitte supported the creation of a short film to illustrate the complex topic of cyber security and help organizations understand the potential impact of cyber attacks. Watch the video and learn more about Deloitte UK’s Security & resilience services.

Risk Intelligent governance in the age of cyber threats: What you don’t know could hurt you
Report describes how a company’s approach to four specific leading practices in cyber security can give both executives and the board of directors valuable insights on its cyber risk management strengths and weaknesses.

Information Security and Cybercrime survey: A closer look
In Deloitte Ireland’s first survey of CISOs and Information Security Managers in Ireland, 32% of respondents have experienced between one and five security breaches in the last year.

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Tech Trends 2012: Digital identities
This year’s theme, Elevate IT for digital business, examines the broad impacts of five technology forces – analytics, mobility, social, cloud, and cyber security. Read this trend about managing identity in an increasingly digital world.

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