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Third-Party Risks: The Cyber Dimension

September 11, 2017
Global
In April-May 2017 The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), on behalf of Deutsche Bank, surveyed 300 senior corporate treasurers from across the globe, to find out how they are responding to cyber risks and opportunities posed by third-parties.

Executives were drawn from 19 different sectors, including aerospace/defence, agriculture and agribusiness, automotive, chemicals, construction and real estate, consumer goods, education, energy and natural resources, entertainment, media and publishing, financial services, government/public sector, healthcare, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, IT and technology, logistics and distribution, manufacturing, professional services, retailing, telecommunications, transport, travel and tourism. In addition, we conducted a series of in-depth interviews in June-July 2017 with senior treasury executives from around the globe. Our thanks are due to the following for their time and insight (listed alphabetically):

  • Ok Azie, vice president and treasurer, Baker Hughes
  • Catherine Fields, assistant treasurer and director of global risk management, Hitachi Data Systems
  • Yves Gimbert, group treasurer, ENGIE
  • Gerrit-Willem Gramser, group treasurer, Akzo Nobel
  • Aashish Pitale, group treasurer, Essar

The Economist Intelligence Unit bears sole responsibility for the content of this report. The findings and views expressed in the report do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsor. This report was edited by Renée Friedman.

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