The loss of valuable intellectual property through a cyber attack can cause market failure for insurers and other companies, affecting their key offerings and reputation. To address these and other cyber-security issues concerning CIO and CISO-level executives worldwide, CSC hosted a cyber-security roundtable discussion during its annual “Interchange” event in Washington, D.C., last week, bringing together a panel of distinguished international government and private sector officials. The session was hosted by Michael Laphen, CSC president, chairman and CEO, and Sam Visner, CSC lead cyber executive.

With increasingly sophisticated threats, competing priorities and constrained resources, organizations are challenged as never before to thwart cyber attacks and operate confidently in cyberspace. Some of the key takeaways from the half-day cyber roundtable included:

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