technology

Next curve in cyber security threatens to overwhelm Swiss companies

Cyber-attacks are a reality for most Swiss companies. But cyber security falls short when facing the new perils arising in connection with the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. For the third consecutive year, our study “Clarity on Cyber Security” provides some insight into how Swiss organizations deal with new challenges.
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Ransomware: No need to cry if you keep your software up to date

After an unprecedented weekend of global cyber-attacks on hospitals, oil companies, banks and other organizations, businesses prepare for further attacks. For the first time, hackers exploit file-sharing arrangements to hold organizations to ransom. Discover how you can protect yourself.
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Industrial controls: Swiss are ahead of the game

The combination of smart machines and big data could potentially increase productivity and drive enormous economic benefits – changing the face of the economy. Switzerland’s ready to play a key role in building and operating such complex and mission critical systems for companies around the world.
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Switzerland’s next act: from business hub to world’s digital labor hub

Digital labor is one of the key disrupters impacting global business today. The race is on to find the best location for using digital technology to augment and/or automate the tasks of highly-skilled workers. Already attractive for doing business, Switzerland’s got more than just a head’s start.
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What if procurement’s future is at the center of power?

The procurement function is under intense pressure to transform. Consequently there is a discussion about whether it will exist at all in 20 years, or if its tasks will be performed by algorithms and networked machines. If procurement is to survive, it must be reinvented – future-proofed. Is procurement destined to be the center of power or ruled by machines?
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Evolution or revolution for Swiss insurers?

The word ‘change’ conjures up a myriad images and expectations. For some, it represents a threat. For others, it is possibility and potential. Which one it turns out to be for Swiss non-life insurers depends on how they grasp the need for transformation amid current challenges to the status quo.
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