Beyond the hype

Global Digital Risk Survey 2019



Whilst it takes many years to build up customer loyalty, this trust can be lost overnight in a digital world and organisations must find a way to maintain control as they transform for the digital era.

This report, which presents the results of the Deloitte 2019 Global Digital Risk Survey, provides global perspectives on the opportunities and challenges that the adoption of disruptive technology bring to governance models and risk management approaches.

Explore the key insights from our survey below or download a PDF of the full report.

Key Insights

The business impact of disruptive technology

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Governance of digital transformation

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Areas of emerging risk

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The operating model for risk

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Use of disruptive technology to manage risk

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Talent

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Global Sponsor and Authors



EMEA contacts

Charlotte Gribben

Technology & Digital Risk Partner
UK Lead – Corporate and Public Sector

Email Charlotte

+44 7836 379 755

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Tom Bigham

Technology & Digital Risk Partner
UK Lead – Financial Services

Email Tom

+44 7917 084 327

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Americas contacts

Daniel Soo

Technology & Digital Risk Partner
US Lead

Email Daniel

+1 917 957 5105

Manoj Bhale

Technology & Digital Risk Partner
US India Lead

Email Manoj

+1 917 702 9958



Asia Pacific contacts

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Methodology

This survey was commissioned by Deloitte LLP and conducted between December 2018 and March 2019.

Our team of researchers either directly interviewed survey participants or engaged them through an online survey.

Our field research was then analysed by in-house industry and subject matter experts to identify common themes, key lessons and questions for further consideration.

Disclaimer
In this publication, references to Deloitte are references to Deloitte LLP, the UK affiliate of Deloitte NSE LLP, a member firm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited.