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The C-Suite Wants to Limit Surprises on Digital Transformations

As the speed of business change accelerates, even the most storied organizations are injecting digital transformation into their organizational DNA. With so much change, risk management has moved into the C-suite spotlight, according to PwC's 2019 Risk in Review study, which surveyed roughly 2,000 global executives and risk management experts. But risk management still has a long road to universal prioritization: Just 53 percent of medium-size and large organizations reported that their digital transformation project plans included full risk management of both cyber and privacy concerns from the start
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