Cyber security remains critical concern for risk managers

High income central banks put greater emphasis on market and credit risks

Cyber security remains the number one risk for central banks responding to the Risk Management Benchmarks 2024. 

Across all income categories, central banks on average ranked cyber security as their greatest concern, and by a considerable margin too. The result echoes previous benchmark findings.

Respondents were asked to rank their top risks, with a score of one being the most concerning. The chart shows the inverse of the average score awarded to each risk, with cyber coming comfortably in first

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