Cyber intelligence


From board room to situation room: why corporate security is national security

This paper argues that the approach to national security planning should now include key companies and their supply chains: it’s time to rethink Australia's national security approach in a more complex, dynamic and interconnected world. The corporate sector is now a key component of the...

New Zealand’s cyber security strategy 2019

The New Zealand Government's vision for cyber security is 'a country that is confident and secure in the digital world'. This document sets out the guiding principles and priority areas underpinning its new cyber security strategy.

Cybersecurity of NATO’s space-based strategic assets

Almost all modern military engagements rely on space-based assets, but cyber vulnerabilities can undermine confidence in the performance of strategic systems. This paper evaluates the threats, vulnerabilities and consequences of cyber risks to strategic systems.

Protecting critical national infrastructure in an era of IT and OT convergence

A lesson learned from IT security over the past decade is that impacts are severe unless security is considered up front and threats are managed proactively rather than reactively. As the convergence of IT and OT gathers pace in our critical national infrastructure, urgent action...

AI in the UK: ready, willing and able?

The development and utilisation of artificial intelligence is currently a hot topic of debate in the UK Government, industry and the research community. But there is still a lack of clarity as to how AI can best be used to benefit individuals and society. This...

Global risks 2010

The Global Risks 2010 report considers global risks with input from experts from industry, government, academia and civil society.

Global risks 2011

This report provides a high level overview of 37 global risks, with input from members of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Councils and supported by a survey of 580 leaders and decision-makers around the world.

Global risks 2012

This report is based on a survey of 469 experts from industry, government, academia and civil society that examines 50 global risks across five categories.

Global risks 2013

This report has been developed through an annual survey of over 1,000 experts from industry, government, academia and civil society who were asked to review a landscape of 50 global risks.

The global risks report 2014

This report maps 31 global risks according to level of concern, likelihood and impact and interconnections among them. Findings are based on a survey of the World Economic Forum’s multistakeholder communities.