Cyber Risk Still Top Concern for Firms, but Asia Economic Slowdown Also Worrisome, DTCC Survey Says

Survey saw a 21 percent increase in people worried Asia's economic slowdown could hurt global economy compared to last year's survey.


About 25 percent of respondents to the DTCC's Systemic Risk Barometer survey cited cyber risk as the single biggest threat to the economy while 56 percent ranked it among the top five obstacles people face. Last year, 46 percent of respondents named cyber risk as the top concern while 80 percent placed it on their top five.

The DTCC conducted the Systemic Risk Barometer survey between Feb. 24 and March 22 with about 359 participants, a DTCC spokesperson tells WatersTechnology.

"We've seen some

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