Globalization and rapid technological advances will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. There are unlimited possibilities with technology breakthroughs in fields such as artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, robotics. However, the rapid expansion and reliance on technology and interconnectivity is creating new risks for cyberattacks.
The rise of cyber
The value of a company used to be determined by its physical assets, but today, most of the value comes from intangibles like data, intellectual property and technology.
There has been significant growth in the cyber insurance market in the past few years, the main driver being business interruption.
Additional complexity in managing cyber risks comes not only from the new technologies being adopted, but also from the increased growth and sophistication of attacks. Cyber risks touch clients from all industries, and companies of all sizes. Read the article
Blockchain is changing the business risks
There is plenty of hype around blockchain technology, which is a concept having the potential to change business processes, enable new businesses, and even revolutionize the world economy. According to a recent study by Juniper Research nearly two-thirds of large businesses are looking to deploy new blockchain projects.
Your data matters
Data protection is more than a compliance issue.
Prevent email spoofing and keep information safe
Do you know how your company can reduce phishing emails targeting your brand?
There could be up to 80 billion devices connected to the internet and each other by 2025. The prevalence of wireless connection makes it attractive to connect to the internet all manner of devices. This leads to unprecedented automatization and improved efficiency and also new business models and opportunities through enormous amounts of data created and collected from all these sources.
Autonomous ships - fact or fiction
Could an autonomous ship, whose controlling software has been hacked from the shore or another ship, be regarded as a pirate ship?