Global State of Information Security® Survey 2017 - Webcast replay


This recorded webcast will focus on how digital businesses are adopting new cybersecurity and privacy safeguards.

The Global State of Information Security® Survey 2017


Organizations are adopting innovative cybersecurity and privacy safeguards to manage threats and achieve competitive advantages. To do so, they are thinking more broadly about cybersecurity and privacy as both protectors and enablers for the business, third-party partners and customers.

Aviation Perspectives: Volume 4.2


In our 2016 edition of Aviation Perspectives, we continue analyzing cybersecurity in the airline industry. This second volume of our special cybersecurity mini-series addresses the topic of prevention. What are the challenges and considerations?

Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations: Putting theory into practice


This study summarizes specific actions stakeholders can take to maximize the contribution Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations (ISAOs) can make to cybersecurity.

IRS warning on new ‘phishing’ scheme targeting employees’ personal information highlights growing problem of tax-related business identity theft


The IRS has alerted payroll and HR professionals to a phishing scheme targeting employee information.

Global Economic Crime Survey: US Results


In our largest survey to date, we surveyed 6,000 global executives from 115 countries on their experiences with economic crime and its impact on cybercrime, ethics & compliance and anti-money laundering programs.

Fraud: Email compromise on the rise


How to prevent account takeover attacks.

Aviation Perspectives: Volume 4.1


For this special edition of Aviation Perspectives, join us as we introduce a new mini-series that analyzes cybersecurity in the airline industry.

Cyber: Global data transfer in disarray


The EU's invalidation of "Safe Harbor" poses significant risk to US banks.

Transforming internal audit to drive digital value


Digital disruption is here, and it’s not going away. To respond effectively, internal audit must develop truly disruptive, innovative, and transformational solutions.