To protect trust in the 4IR, we need to become experts in distrust (WEF)

  • Digital transformation is built and thrives on data – but trust in the way data is handled is decreasing.
  • Business leaders must take responsibility for building trust among all stakeholders.
  • Trust is reinforced by transparency and active participation in data sharing across industries and organizations.

, Director – Information Security, Procter & Gamble

, Global Coordinator for the Charter of Trust, Siemens

, Head of Governance and Policy, Centre for Cybersecurity, World Economic Forum

Cyber-Risk Assessments: the vaccine for companies in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (WEF)

Technology continues to play a critical role in shaping the global risks landscape for individuals, governments and businesses. According to the World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2020, cyberattacks are ranked as the second risk of greatest concern for business globally over the next 10 years. Cyberattacks on critical infrastructure – rated the fifth top risk in 2020 by the expert network – have become the new normal across sectors such as energy, healthcare and transportation. This confirms a pattern recorded in previous years, with cyber risks consolidating their position alongside environmental risks in the high-impact, high-likelihood quadrant of the report’s Global Risks Landscape.

, Project Lead, Governance and Policy, World Economic Forum – , General Manager, Cybersecurity Solutions, Microsoft

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is driving Globalization 4.0 (World Economic Forum)

Nicholas DavisHead of Society and Innovation, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum

Derek O’HalloranHead, Future of Digital Economy and Society, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum