New research into the concerns of CEOs and investors emphasises the “contrast between internal and external perspectives on business”.
Investors are more concerned about cyber-attacks than chief executives are, according to new research by PwC.
PwC's Annual Global CEO Survey reveals that cyber-attacks are a main concern for 43% of investors, while 39% of chief executives consider the issue among their chief worries.
Sixty-six percent of investors believe that UK businesses should "prioritise" investment in cybersecurity protection, compared with 39% of CEOs.
Forty-four percent of chief executives believe that transparency about strategy is important—marginally more than the 41% of investors.
The numbers also reveal that 36% of investors are concerned about the
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