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Cybersecurity-Factors-Powered-by-BitSight-whitepaper

Cybersecurity factors powered by BitSight February 2018 Research Signals Chief financial officers rate hacking the top external risk in a recent survey, with good reason. High profile cybersecurity attacks dominated the news cycle in 2017, including the Equifax data breach, the NotPetya worm, and the breach of the Securities and Exchange Commission s Edgar system, housing financial reports and other public company statements. Given the pervasiveness of cyber risks, we have partnered with BitSigh IHS Markit , factors such as total , price with an average , research of the bitsight , application of the ratings , factors in our cybersecurity , factor along with industry , rating for the sector , rating of a company , rating and the median , relative to the industry , rating as the data , ratings and the 31-Jan-2021 auto-generated
WEFUSA_IndustrialInternet_Report2015

Industry Agenda Industrial Internet of Things: Unleashing the Potential of Connected Products and Services In collaboration with Accenture January 2015 Contents Executive summary General findings 2.1 The state of the market 2.2 The four phases of the Industrial Internet evolution 2.3 Key near-term opportunities and benefits 2.4 Major challenges and risks Convergence on the outcome economy 3 7 7 8 9 10 12 3.1 From connected products to software-driven services 12 3.2 The emergence of the outcome WEF , economy in the outcome , projects that the business , ecosystems and overall economic , opportunities of the industrial , work what new business , internet of everything solution , product or the business , internet will also create , internet among the general , impact of the industrial , develop 1-Feb-2021 auto-generated
WEF_Cyber_Resilience_Playbook

Future of Digital Economy and Society System Initiative Cyber Resilience Playbook for Public- Private Collaboration In collaboration with The Boston Consulting Group January 2018 Contents Preface 1. Introduction 2. Using the Playbook for Public-Private Collaboration 3. Reference architecture for public-private collaboration 4. Policy models 4.1 Zero-days 4.2 Vulnerability liability 4.3 Attribution 4.4 Research, data, and intelligence sharing 4.5 Botnet disruption 4.6 Monitoring 4.7 Assigning nat WEF , model as more companies , state of the active , capabilities to the private , privacy should be limited , choices on five key , privacy will be limited , companies in the private , user and a technology , privacy and the limited , defence in most cases , sharing between the public , risks associat 2-Feb-2021 auto-generated