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Kosten bei Cyber-Angriffen

Digital Trust/Digitale Transformation

Marktentwicklung IT-Security

Experton Market Insight
Sicherheit durchzieht alle IT-Layer

Freiheit und Wohlstand bedingen sich gegenseitig

Quelle: Avenir Suisse

Freiheit und Wohlstand

The Global Risks Report 2016 11th


Quelle: Report Sicherheit 2015


Eintrittswahrscheinlichkeit von Bedrohungen

Quelle: Report Sicherheit 2015

Eintrittswahrscheinlichkeit von Bedrohungen

Allgemeines Sicherheitsgefühl

Quelle: Report Sicherheit 2015

Allgemeines Sicherheitsgefühl

IoT Security Threat Map

IoT Scurity Threat Map

How much does cyber-crime cost the world´s leading 10 economies?

Top risks for which business are least prepared

Kritische Infrastrukturen - Aufteilung in neun Sektoren

Grafische Darstellung einer Risiko-Bewältigung

Preparing for next-generation cloud

IT-Sicherheit des Mittelstands verschlechtert sich zusehens

Sicherheit Schweiz

Hybrid Cloud in Deutschland 2014

Information Security Management

Digitales Universum

Key Events in Russian Politics and Economics

Quelle: Strategic Trends 2014 - Key Developments in Global Affairs, CSS ETH Zurich

Key Events in Russian Politics and Economics

Digital Trust 2014

Quelle: pwc, Digital Trust 2014

IoT - Where are we now?
IoT - Where are we now?
A day in the 2020 enterprise
A day in the 2020 enterprise
The 2020 IoT architecture?
The 2020 IoT architecture?

Swiss CRM 2014 - Einsatz und Trends in Schweizer Unternehmen

Gartner Business Continuity Management

Quelle: Gartner

Die grosse Transformation21 von der konventionellen "Alten Welt" in die "Neue Welt" wachsender Komplexität.

Quelle: Malik Letter 03/14; http://www.malik-management.com/en

Hintergrund der Experten- und Marktplattformen; als "Transition Value" fürs Thema.

Die beiden überlappenden S-Kurven sind mein Standardbild, weil es Führungskräften dabei hilft, die Situation sofort zu verstehen. Es dient Führungskräften als Mittel der Navigation, beseitigt das lähmende Gefühl, nicht durchzublicken und stellt ihr Vertrauen in die eigenen Führungsfähigkeiten wieder her.

Hier sind mehrere Kräfte gleichzeitig am Werk. Die wichtigsten sind erstens die Technologie, zweitens die Demographie, drittens die Ökologie und viertens die Ökonomie in der speziellen und seltenen Form einer wirtschaftlich erdrückenden Finanzschuldenlast – der schlimmsten der Geschichte verglichen mit jedem Indikator.

Diese Kräfte und viele andere verstärken sich gegenseitig und führen zu einer explodierenden Komplexität. Als Folge wachsen die Welt, ihre Gesellschaften, die Wirtschaft und alle Organisationen immer unberechenbarer, undifferenzierter und für konventionelle Mittel nicht mehr kalkulier- oder analysierbar. In früheren Epochen wurden diese grossen kreativen Zerstörungen meist durch Revolutionen in der Technik verursacht, wohingegen dieses Mal eine Revolution im Management und in den Organisationen ihr Hauptgrund ist.

The five behaviors that accelerate value from digital investments

Von pwc

Significant New IT Platform investments
Upping your Digital IQ

Economic Crime: A Swiss Perspective

When analysing our previous survey results in terms of the percentage of Swiss companies affected by economic crime, we noted that this year we returned to the trends evident in 2005 and 2007 [Figure 2]. Interestingly, during that period we were experiencing favourable economic conditions, so the number of reported fraud cases is what we expected to see from our surveys in 2009 and 2011 during an economic downturn.

As mentioned at the time, during a period of recession the fraud rate tends to increase; however, we notice that this may not be the case in Switzerland as the opposite in fact occurred. The reason for this could be that, although there is more pressure and incentive to commit fraud in an economic downturn, there is also less opportunity to do so because of the decreased availability of assets in circulation and the tendency of companies to reduce their headcount. On one hand, the declining headcount may have affected internal functions that are traditionally responsible for fraud detection, such as internal audit, controlling or compliance, and therefore weakened their ability to effectively detect fraud incidents. On the other hand, however, this wave of layoffs may also have hit potential and actual fraudsters, thereby depriving them of the possibility to commit fraud. Furthermore, the 2014 results are more in line with the global trends, where 37% of respondents experienced economic crime in the past 24 months compared to 34% of respondents from Western Europe.

Economic Crime: A Swiss Perspective

In our 2014 survey we see a significant increase in fraud where 37% of our respondents experienced incidents of economic crime in contrast to 18% in 2011 [Figure 1]. Some of this shift may be attributable to the shorter length of time surveyed in 2011 (12 months) in comparison to 2014 (24 months), which gave companies more time and, therefore, more opportunity to detect fraudulent incidents. If the perpetrator is skilful in covering his tracks, it may often take companies several months before the wrongdoing is unearthed.

Survey: Mobile, cloud computing are source of most healthcare security worries

The study, “The Risk of Regulated Data on Mobile Devices & in the Cloud,” which surveyed 781 IT and data security practitioners, found that 33 percent of respondents said that they need to access protected health information (PHI) to do their work and yet few understood how to keep data secure. For example, 15 percent of those surveyed knew about HIPAA’s security requirements, but 33 percent of respondents indicated that they work for a HIPAA covered entity.

Survey: Mobile, cloud computing are source of most healthcare security worries
Survey: Mobile, cloud computing are source of most healthcare security worries

Global Cyber Threat and Switzerland

The dependency on technology has brought the world of cyber threats closer to Switzerland. Even as economic conditions continue to deteriorate around Switzerland, the cyber threat to the country will continue to increase. Nation states, activists and criminals will all use the communication pathways created by the government and Internet service providers (ISPs) to exploit Switzerland’s national infrastructure, businesses, and government entities. In cyber space there are no borders. To date there have been no catastrophic cyber attacks on Switzerland, but based on events over the past five years we know the cyber threat has reached our networks.

Cyber attacks have the ability to play a role in half of the top concerns for CEOs (i.e. cyber attacks, social unrest, recession, and military tensions). The recent wave of global attacks, future planned attacks and their proven techniques illustrate four important lessons which require cyber security actions.

Social Media in der Unternehmung – Alles im Griff?

Ferdinand Kobelt, Leiter Informationssicherheit Verteidigung (CISO V), VBS
Das Social Media Governance Maturitätsmodell ist ein Instrument zur Evaluation und Optimierung von Social Media Governance im Unternehmenskontext.

Das Social Media Governance Maturitätsmodell ist ein Instrument zur Evaluation und Optimierung von Social Media Governance im Unternehmenskontext.
Die drei Dimensionen der Verbindung zwischen Unternehmen und Social Media.


  • Consulting, Project, Education
  • Integration, Security
  • SOC-Services
  • Certifications/Standards


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