Aviation emissions regulation could be determined in less than 12 months
For many companies globalisation is essential. But it’s a risky business; you and your competitors are looking at the same markets, resources and opportunities. The strategy - the 'what, where and why' is rarely in doubt. Success in globalisation is all about 'how'. We've developed a practical framework - the Globalisation Maturity Model – which builds on the real-life experiences of leading international companies.
Our fifth annual Digital IQ Survey finds that companies with strong, collaborative relationships between the Chief Information Officer and c-suite executives are four times as likely to be top performing companies as those with fragmented relationships.
For many businesses, security has become a game that is almost impossible to win. The rules have changed, opponents are armed with expert technology skills, and the risks are greater than ever. In this, its 15th year, the Global State of Information Security® Survey had over 9,300 respondents from CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, CISOs, CSOs, VPs, and directors of IT and security from 128 countries.
Produced jointly by PwC and Flight International, the annual Aerospace Top 100 report outlines the trends in the industry and ranks the top 100 Aerospace companies by revenues and profitability.
Our report looks at how A&D companies can deliver innovative programmes despite operating in the most challenging environment seen for some time.
Global Cyber Security spending is expected to reach $60 billion in 2011 and is forecast to grow at 10 percent every year during the next three to five years. In most global regions, the private sector accounts for the majority of Cyber Security spending, the U.S. is the notable exception where government spending is almost equal to the private sector.