From the boardroom to the White House cyber resilience is the responsibility of leadership. The annual cost of global cybercrime damage is expected to increase at a rate of 15% per year to reach over $10 trillion by 2025, according to Cybersecurity Ventures.
As the impact, complexity, and prevalence of cyber threats continue to grow, there is mounting pressure on government and business to work together; efforts are focused on establishing robust policies and practices to protect people, services and infrastructure. Where are the opportunities to modernize defenses and deepen partnerships? What are the strategic, regulatory and commercial priorities for cyber governance? How prepared are organisations for the next attack?
Following the success of the FT’s inaugural Cyber Resilience Summit in Lausanne, the Cyber Resilience Summit: U.S. Edition will bring together policymakers, financiers and corporate leaders. The discussions will assess the collaboration and approaches needed to adapt and respond to the evolving challenges posed by cyber risk.