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The C-suite playbook: Putting security at the epicentre of innovation

Join us as we explore the views of over 3,800 global business, tech and security leaders in PwC's 2024 Global Digital Trust Insights.

We'll cover key topics ranging from the current state of cyber, budgeting, to C-suite collaboration, regulatory developments and more.

Our goal? To give you the information you need to build a stronger cyber future – putting security at the epicentre of innovation.


25 October 2023
12:00 EST 

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30 October 2023
15:00 GMT

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20 November 2023
9:30AM IST

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About the Survey

The 2024 Global Digital Trust Insights is a survey of 3,876 business, technology and security executives (CEOs, corporate directors, CFOs, CISOs, CIOs and C-Suite officers) conducted in the May through July 2023 period.

Four out of 10 executives are in large companies with $5 billion or more in revenues. Importantly, 30% are in companies with $10 billion or more in revenues. 

Respondents operate in a range of industries, including industrial manufacturing (20%), financial services (20%), tech, media, telecom (19%), retail and consumer markets (17%), energy, utilities, and resources (11%), health (9%) and government and public services (3%).

Respondents are based in 71 countries. The regional breakdown is Western Europe (32%), North America (28%), Asia Pacific (18%), Latin America (10%), Eastern Europe (5%), Africa (4%) and Middle East (3%).

The Global Digital Trust Insights Survey had been known as the Global State of Information Security Survey (GSISS). In its 26th year, it’s the longest-running annual survey on cybersecurity trends. It’s also the largest survey in the cybersecurity industry and the only one that draws participation from senior business executives, not just security and technology executives.

PwC Research, PwC’s global Centre of Excellence for market research and insight, conducted this survey.

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