Putting a price tag on reputational damage—and a value on IT risk management
Previous IBM studies establish without a doubt the connection between IT risk and an organization’s reputation. In our latest study, we asked more than 2,300 business continuity and IT security professionals about the financial consequences of IT failures.
This ground-breaking research, sponsored by IBM and conducted independently by Ponemon Institute, reveals the top IT threats to reputation and quantifies the cost of IT events that disrupt business.
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Read IBM's point of view on this critical research by Ponemon Institute.
Implications of the IBM Global Study on the Economic Impact of IT Risk.
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Findings from the IBM Global Study on the Economic Impact of IT Risk.
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C-level executives comprised 42% of the 2012 study. It is interesting to note that - compared to each other and to study respondents as a whole - CEOs, CIOs and CFOs often have widely divergent opinions on the affect of IT risk on their companies’ reputations and reputational risk management practices.
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2012 reputational risk and IT study
For a detailed analysis of survey results, be sure to read the 2012 IBM Global Reputational Risk and IT Study report.
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From our 2013 study: practical advice on managing reputational and IT risk
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