Hope and Prey

Future of Cyber Resilience & Security

It is said that there are only two types of pilot—those who have had an accident and those who are going to. Today the same can be said about companies and cyber attacks, which are no longer likely, but inevitable. The essence of the threat is our growing dependence upon technology, but  hoping and praying won’t stop you being a victim and with regulatory tightening underway, such as the GDPR, ignorance is no longer a defence.

Businesses are understandably concerned, but complying with the GDPR and other regulations is an opportunity to develop digital competence which will be key to competitive advantage in the future. Organisations must understand the data they store, who owns it, what business value it represents and acquire the tools to actively identify, quantify and recover from a breach as effectively as possible. A business which can do those things has laid the groundwork not only for GDPR compliance, but successful digital transformation too.


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In addition to large-scale keynotes for audiences worldwide K D also regularly works with smaller senior groups and boards, and larger corporate groups planning and leading visioning workshops to wireframe new opportunities and create an appetite for the future. She also participates in customer councils, leadership retreats and innovation summits around future trends and digital transformation for brands & companies.