Cyber risk ultimately poses a threat to confi dence, a foundational aspect of U.S. corporate issuers and markets. We are taking a leadership role on many fronts, such as reducing market fragmentation and complexity, as well as increasing effi ciency through the highest levels of intelligence, analytics, and technology. Confidence in the integrity and security of our assets is concurrent with our success—as it is for every other company operating in the public markets today.
Moreover, because the public markets have become increasingly reliant on interdependent technology systems, the threat looms even larger. As we witnessed during the 2008 financial crisis, rarely does any failure happen in a vacuum; therefore, the threat of systemic disruption has taken on an even higher level of prominence and concern among regulators and policymakers worldwide.
It is important that companies remain vigilant, taking steps to proactively and intelligently address cybersecurity risk within their organizations. Beyond the technological solutions developed to defend and combat breaches, we can accomplish even more through better training, awareness, and insight on human behavior. Confidence, after all, is not a measure of technological systems, but of the people who are entrusted to manage them.
With insights from the preeminent authorities on cybersecurity today, this groundbreaking, practical guide to cybersecurity has been developed to reflect a body of knowledge that is unsurpassed on this topic. At the heart of effective risk management must be a thorough understanding of the risks as well as pragmatic solutions.
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