Digital nationalism, or the desire to reign supreme on the internet, is complicated by a deteriorating relationship between the U.S. and China. Issues tied to usage of Chinese telecom giant Huawei demonstrated the impact of such tensions. (Rowingbohe/Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license)

Emerging digital threats are among the top five risks that multinational companies will face in the coming year, according to a report from Control Risks.

Nicolas Reys, a director who heads up the global cyber threat intelligence practice, part of the broader cybersecurity department at the global risk consultancy, spoke with SC Media about how companies can position themselves to rebound from a year complicated by the pandemic, climate change challenges and deteriorating U.S.-China relations.

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