To manage digital business risk, CIOs must focus on approaches that build trust and resiliency in the enterprise and its ecosystem. Our digital business risk case studies offer CIOs insights into the concepts and practices that others have used to address the challenges of digital business risk.
- Malicious Actors and New Complexities Create Systemic Threats to Trust and Resilience
- Fix the Foundation: Architect People, Process and Technology for Resilience
- Extend Governance to Increase Resilience and Trust
- Imagine the Unprecedented and Plan for It
- Leading Industry Providers That Managed Risk
- FinanceCo (Not Its Real Name) Invests in Supplier Management and Risk Awareness
- Managing Supplier Relationships Is Key
- The Big Risks Are Getting Bigger
- Medavie Blue Cross Transforms Into a Digital Business to Better Meet Client Needs
- Client Need Drives Digital Initiatives
- Digital Strategic Plan Ensures Data Security
- Digital Sets the Tone for Innovation
- MedicalDeviceCo Automates Processes to Manage Risk
- Going Digital Creates Manageable Risk
- Awareness and Governance Are Critical
- Shifting to Digital Distribution Is a New Game of Risk for Retailer
- Reliance on Third Parties Shapes New Set of Risks
- Security Risks Pose a New Normal
- Yellow Pages (Canada) Turns the Page and Becomes a Digital Media and Marketing Solutions Provider
- Adopting a Digital Business Model
- Keeping Up With an Agile Approach
- Moving Ahead
- Fred Cohen: "What Rational Actor Would Say That Every Enterprise Should Be Prepared to Defend Itself Against Governments?"
- Insurance Will Be Followed by Regulation
- Interdependencies and Aggregation Create Bigger Risks
- One Answer Is Architecture
- Gartner's Paul Proctor Talks About Adopting Risk-Based Thinking to Accept and Manage Risk
- Shifting From Killing or Eliminating Risk to Accepting and Managing It
- Adopting Risk-Based Thinking
- Building a Cultural Value to Accept and Manage Risk From a Business, Not IT Perspective
Gartner Recommended Reading
- The New Cyber Risk Normal Means No Data Can Be Kept Secret
- The Most Pressing Digital Risk Is the Storing and Saving of Data
- Approaches to Dealing with Risk
- Eugene Spafford: A Longer-Term View of Risk Is Needed
- Architecture Is One Solution, but It Doesn't Come Without Trade-offs
- The Short-Term View Creates Long-Term Consequences
- What Will It Take to Create Urgency for Reform?
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