of UK business leaders say cyber security is the third biggest risk they face
Source: PwC Global CEO Survey 2016
increase in detected security incidents in the past year
Source: PwC Global of Information Security Survey 2016
of Boards participate in overall security strategy - but over half still don't get involved
Source: PwC Global State of Information Security Survey 2016
In a fast-moving, interconnected world, cyber risks are growing and business leaders need to identify and protect what is most crucial for their organisations.
Leading the cyber security strategy - and understanding and preparing for attacks - starts at the top with the Board.
Board members might recognise the reputational, financial and regulatory impacts of a cyber security breach on their business. But it's critical to know how to prepare for a cyber incident, where the threat might come from and how to respond in the face of a potentially high-profile attack.
PwC's Game of Threats™ is a unique way to help educate and raise awareness of cyber security - helping organisations experience the key decisions that need to be made during a cyber attack.
Game of Threats™ is a head-to-head digital game that simulates the experience of executives when their company is targeted by a cyber attack. During the game, participants play as both attackers and defenders, working against the clock and with limited resources in a race to beat their opponents.
Game of Threats™ challenges participants to make quick, high-impact decisions. It helps them to understand the activities that can make the biggest difference and provides valuable insight into emerging cyber threats.
'With a huge increase in targeted cyber security incidents, organisations need to have confidence that they have appropriate security in place that will enable them to defend and respond to attacks.'
Partner, UK & EMEA Cyber Security Leader
Tel: +44 (0)20 7804 9405
Cyber Security Partner
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