Protecting data where cybersecurity and global realities converge


Explore insights and learnings from Iron Mountain’s hosted panel event with cybersecurity experts at the 2024 World Economic Forum in Davos.

Larry Jarvis
Larry Jarvis
Chief Information Security Officer
March 6, 202412 mins
Holding a digital lock in hands

Cybersecurity has risen to the top of what executives around the world consider their greatest risk. As discovered during research conducted by Economist Impact in 2023, sponsored by Iron Mountain, global organizations have begun to increase their investments in the ongoing monitoring of cyber risk and in acquiring cybersecurity talent.

To explore the specific challenges of cyber threats and how businesses and governments must address them through targeted investment, collaboration, and partnerships, Iron Mountain hosted a panel at the 2024 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, featuring world-renowned experts from business, academia, and two of the world’s foremost intelligence agencies, moderated by a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author.

This paper includes six themes they consider to be essential for consideration in building resilience in an ever-evolving cyber threat landscape:

  1. Navigating the intersection of geopolitics and cybersecurity
  2. Achieving heightened fairness, transparency, and trust in AI
  3. Staying vigilant in the evolution of cyberattacks
  4. Building boardroom awareness and engagement around cybersecurity
  5. Prioritizing education for the next generation
  6. Advancing public-private partnerships

Download to read the full paper.