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Cyber Governance Spotlight

Analysis of a company with good cyber governance, what they do well, and the implications for future market performance


Cyber Governance Spotlight: Honeywell

5-Star Honeywell’s (HON) best-in-class cyber governance is driven by its strong financials, rock-solid balance sheet and above average cybersecurity. It is a case of a very well-managed company that is also managing its cyber governance at a high level. HON management has placed its digital transformation strategy front and center, and this translates through to its financials, helping improve cashflow and margin expansion.


Cyber Governance Spotlight: Ferguson

A well-managed company overall, FERG has executed effectively on its digital strategy and invested sufficiently in security to manage the downside financial risks associated with its increased digitization. Strong execution on e‑commerce, its customer sales and maintenance and back-end operations has yielded tangible benefits to the business, helping management deliver on key KPIs including solid margins. This has contributed to FERG’s 4-Star cyber governance rating (out of 5) on a regional basis and 5-Star rating on a relative basis among European industrials.

Home Depot

Cyber Governance Spotlight: Home Depot

Though Home Depot (HD) was caught up in the early COVID‑19 market turmoil, it is better positioned to weather the crisis thanks in part to consistently above-average cyber governance overall (4-star rating out of five stars) and a 5-star leader in its peer group. This takes on greater importance for a consumer staples company with a business-critical digital strategy that drives greater margins and improved productivity. HD was already well-along in the execution of this strategy before the lockdowns commenced—a strategy Cyberhedge views as a solid hedge against macro events such as COVID‑19 and a recession.

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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.

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