Cybersecurity and ESG: building digital trust and resilience

Liam Edwards 2 Nov 2022

Opportunities and challenges for CISOs in Asia

As companies embrace the digital economy to access customers, deliver services, and improve efficiencies through technology, the long-standing risk posed by cyber attacks is only on the increase.

Attacks focused on hacking sensitive and proprietary customer and business information have increased in frequency and audacity, including on critical natural resources, healthcare systems and infrastructure assets. This change in direction is leading to a convergence of ESG (environmental, social and governance) and cybersecurity strategy where new ways of working is becoming a top concern for business stakeholders and decision makers. We’re now seeing cybersecurity rising to the top of the ESG agenda for many business leaders. Click below to view the full paper.

44% state cybersecurity resilience as the No.1 business risk trend of most concern


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Liam Edwards

Liam is a Senior Associate, within Leathwaite’s Hong Kong office and is a core member of the Global Technology Officer, COO and Digital practices. Liam works with clients across industry sectors with a focus on C-level appointments within technology, operations,…

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