Our newsletter provides insights into current topics within the world of IT covering aspects from strategy to execution and follow-up.
Our Technology Insights newsletter focuses on providing insights into current topics within the world of IT and on covering aspects from strategy to execution and follow-up. This edition provides valuable insights into the following subjects:
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CEO Outlook 2017 is based on in-depth interviews with CEOs worldwide including the Nordics. KPMG conducted a global study of close to 1,300 chief executive officers, asking questions about some of the important issues they face, as well as questions on the economy and their business prospects. This is the third year we publish our global report. In conducting the study, we interviewed a number of CEOs representing a range of industries, geographies and revenue sizes from USD 500 million to more than USD 20 billion. Learn more about our findings here.
Data breaches have unfortunately become an everyday occurrence and a risk that organisations must continuously assess and mitigate. In May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force and with it follows a changed approach to protection of personal data. The GDPR will have many positive impacts for organisations with cross-border activities – one of these being the "one-stop-shop" mechanism – which means that multinationals only have to interact with one Data Protection Authority (DPA) across the European Community. Click here to read more about this and KPMG's recommendation.
KPMG have studied more than 800 annual reports from 28 countries, including Denmark, to understand to what extent organisations are using their annual report to inform their stakeholders about cyber security priorities and initiatives. At KPMG, we are not advocating for a new way of editing annual reports, nor do we wish that all companies specifically address cyber security in them. Our concern is that cyber security should have a high priority as a strategic risk area. However, this is not always the case. Our research shows that 56% of the surveyed companies do not pay attention to cyber security in their annual reports. In our online magazine, we introduce KPMG Cyber's research into cyber security reporting through the annual report. Click here to read the magazine and learn more.
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