If you are a CEO, CFO, corporate board member or investor, the article Why Data Breaches Don’t Hurt Stock Prices published on Harvard Business Review by Elena Kvochko and Rajiv Pant may be of interest to you.
The World Economic Forum and its partners have developed and shared a way for organizations to calculate the impact of cyber security threats. The framework, called cyber value-at-risk comes at a time when cyberattacks are increasing in velocity and intensity, and when 90% of companies worldwide recognize they are insufficiently prepared to protect themselves against them.
Download the full report here: Partnering for Cyber Resilience Towards the Quantification of Cyber Threats
I feel honored to have been one of the participants in the development of this. The project is led by Elena Kvochko and team of the World Economic Forum in collaboration with Deliotte and other Forum partners.
The World Economic Forum announced this today at the annual meeting in Davos.
(Source: WEF Press Release: New Framework to Help Companies Calculate Risk of Cyberattacks)
If you work in news media and are interested in technology, you may enjoy my article listing 9 Reasons Why News Media Web Sites Should Consider Moving to HTTPS in 2015. I co-authored it with Eitan Konigsburg and Elena Kvochko, two colleagues with expertise, deep knowledge and passion for cyber security, privacy and technology.
My personal Web site, rajiv.com is served exclusively on HTTPS thanks to CloudFlare.
If you are interested in business, technology, and cyber security, you may enjoy my article about why investors should care about cyber security breaches. I co-authored it with Elena Kvochko, a leader in the field of cyber resilience.
At Columbia University’s Journalism School’s Spring Journalism and Technology Breakfast event, Rajiv Pant, CTO at The New York Times and Sam Curry, CTO, Identity and Data Protection at RSA Security were panel speakers in an interview titled Thoughtful Perspectives: Cybersecurity in the Newsroom hosted by John Daniszewski of the Associated Press. (May 13, 2013)