Dall’analisi di Sander Zeijlemaker, Michael Siegel, Daniel Dobrygowski, World Economic Forum. Unprecedented digitalization in our society has pushed many business leaders and executives to understand how they can adequately assess and govern cyber risk. Governing cyber risk is a holistic process aiming to improve organizational cyber resilience. In this context, governments define cyber resilience obligations, designate critical infrastructure that requires mandatory protection and help investors better compare their companies’ cyber efforts. Successfully managing cyber resilience is necessary as organizations and executives face fines and other serious consequences. Potential repercussions mean board members must understand cyber risks and the best ways to mitigate them. This is easier said than done. Ninety-three percent of companies are confident in their best practices mitigating cyber risks, while 57% expect to be hit by a cyber attack. Unfortunately, only half of these organizations have implemented suitable cyber measures.