Capital One Financial

Capital One’s loss of customer data is another example of the increasing (not so hidden) costs of corporate “Digital Transformation” strategies. Capital One was a market leader in creating operational efficiencies with technology to lower overhead costs. A more detailed analysis, however, suggests the company didn’t re-invest enough of the cash it generated from technology savings back into making its network and cloud more secure. Unfortunately, this is a common theme in cyber governance: this slip in protecting against digital transformation’s downside can erase the hard earned share price gains.

For more information, including company coverage, contact us at info@cyberhedge.com.

This information represents Cyberhedge’s opinion only and is not investment advice or an investment recommendation. See full Disclaimer.

Subscribe to know first
who is up and who is down

This article is one in a series of upcoming articles over the coming months focused on why since COVID-19 the difference between best and worst technology governance has never been more important for companies and investors alike.

Subscribe

Check your e-mail to confirm subscribtion

We use cookies to make our website more user-friendly and effective

The Cyberhedge Indices Cookie Policy

What are the Cyberhedge Cyber Governance Indices?

These first ever benchmarks prove good cyber governance matters to shareholder value. They measure stock market performance of companies with good and with bad cyber governance scores. Scores are based on Cyberhedge’s proprietary cyber governance rating methodology. Market performance is tracked by an independent firm. The results show that companies with good cyber governance outperform their peers in US, UK, and EU markets.

Information that we collect

Here you can see and customize the information that we collect about you. To learn more, please read our privacy policy

Continue on website