U.S. CEOs are more concerned about cybersecurity and new competitors than by the risk of a recession, according to a new survey by the Conference Board.
After high-profile data breaches experienced over the last two years by numerous companies, that might seem understandable. But U.S. CEOs stand in stark contrast to those in the rest of the world. Cybersecurity was the sixth most pressing issue for chief executives in Europe. It was seventh in Latin America, eighth in Japan, and 10th in China.
Regarding concerns over a potential recession, Europe put that in second place, while Japan, China, and Latin America all rated it number one.
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