Natural disasters and terrorism don’t worry CEOs as much as an IT systems collapse, according to a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
The SAP-sponsored study showed that nearly a third of the 145 international senior executives surveyed listed IT systems collapse as their company’s greatest risk. Yet only one in 10 found their businesses had ample IT risk management.
CEOs: IT Risks are more important to business than Terrorism
Kenneth F. Belva writes the column Perspectives of a Security MaverickBy Kenneth F. Belva posted in Contingency Planning • July 4, 2007 • 7:05am