Transboundary crises has become the new normal in our globalized and interconnected society, and cyber crises might be the perfect examples of this. Due to the transboundary nature of cyberspace, cyber crises tend to spread quickly across all kinds of borders, vertically as well as horizontally. This presentation will explore the strategic crisis management challenges of cyber crises. Drawing on real-life examples, the lecture will identify common features of large-scale cyber crises, specific strategic management challenges of cyber crises compared to crises that keeps within borders and, finally, outline lessons learned.


time: 11:30

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