CYBERSECURITY

Global Cyber Risk Levels Are Spiraling Out Of Control

Leading global experts, policymakers, and academics need to work together across national boundaries to address the risk of catastrophic cyberattacks
Paul Mee, Rico Brandenburg
Paul
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Paul Mee is a partner at Oliver Wyman and the firm’s Cyber Platform lead. He leads the Oliver Wyman Forum’s team focused on enabling industries, governments, and societies to tackle increasingly unpredictable and escalating cyberattacks in a more digitized and interconnected world.
Paul.mee@oliverwyman.com
Rico
Partner, Oliver Wyman
As co-head of the Oliver Wyman Forum’s Cyber initiative and a partner at Oliver Wyman, Rico Brandenburg leads the Forum team focused on enabling industries, governments, and societies to halt escalating cyberattacks in a more digitized and interconnected world.
Rico.brandenburg@oliverwyman.com

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