It’s no big secret: cyberattacks keep business leaders up at night. In a World Economic Forum executive study in November, cyberattacks were rated as the fifth biggest risk to businesses worldwide, one place behind cybercrime and fraud, and the number one business risk in the U.S.

In fact, the collective interest regarding the threat of cyberattack is such that even run-of-the-mill training exercises now generate their own column inches. Reports of major war-gaming initiatives now surface with increasing regularity, almost always focused on the financial sector, and invariably painting a picture of institutions happily putting aside partisan concerns and competitive aspirations to develop a more effective response to this ever-escalating risk.

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