Private firms less anxious about cyber attacks; board meeting prep
For private company board members, shareholders and owners.
March 22, 2017

Global Private Companies Less Concerned About Cyber Attacks/How to Prep for Board Meetings


Private Companies Less Anxious About Cyber Attacks

By Eve Tahmincioglu

CEOs for global private companies are less concerned about cyber attacks than public companies.

The  PwC Global CEO study released this month titled  Undaunted, but Underprepared? found that:

While 74% of global public companies are worried about accelerating technological change, and 65% about cyber threats, private companies, by contrast, register 68% and 59%, respectively.

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What you do between and before board meetings will increase the effectiveness

By David Shaw

We’ve all heard the quote: “Failing to prepare is preparing to fail,” which is often misattributed to Benjamin Franklin, but seems to come from UCLA’s legendary basketball coach John Wooden.  How should a private company ensure that the board meeting provides maximum value to the company’s ownership, management and board members?
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