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Governments worldwide are set to spend more on cybersecurity, and investors should look at exactly where this money is going, write Brian Gorman and Nick Reeve.
Infra is increasingly attracting the unwanted attention of cyber-criminals. Starting with the US and taking in Europe and Australia, we offer a view of the regulatory environment in these regions.
Infra July_Aug 2021 cover story cyber
Misunderstood and, until recently, insured away, the industry and governments are playing catch-up following a spate of cyberattacks.
The Colonial Pipeline hack underscores the need for the public and private sector to work together to avoid another preventable disaster.
The rapid adoption of digital technologies makes it incumbent on investors to leverage new cyber-enabled strategies. By Ian McCaw and Charlie Garrood of Aon.
Cybersecurity, warfare
With cyber-warfare becoming the new weapon of mass destruction and infrastructure one of its main targets, infra investors need to be proactive, says Jeffrey Altman of Finadvice.
Partners Group CTO Schnidrig
Chief technology officer Raymond Schnidrig explains how the $78bn firm uses the tools at its disposal.
Investment managers need a plan for management of cyber attacks and personnel misbehavior, panelists at the Texas TRS conference said.
Protecting your firm’s information and data from thieves is important, and being prepared means having a plan in place.
As the reach of hackers extends, GPs are increasingly viewing strong cybersecurity as a critical pillar of responsible investing, writes Victoria Robson.
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