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2016 Global data valuation survey infographic

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Global survey of investors finds that M&A strategy should
include cybersecurity. In addition, investors believe
cyber transparency will improve the M&A valuation climate.
The survey results, which reflect the views of 208 buy-side investors and sell-side analysts across the US, UK, Europe, and Asia, offered good news for companies taking steps to address cybersecurity issues.
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2016 Global data valuation survey infographic

  1. 1. Brunswick Insight surveyed more than 200 buy-side and sell-side analysts between August 29 and September 16, 2016. Brunswick Group’s Third Annual Data Valuation Survey Global survey of investors finds that M&A strategy should include cybersecurity. In addition, investors believe cyber transparency will improve the M&A valuation climate. GLOBAL M&A JOURNAL SPECIAL EDITION: DEALMAKERS CYBERSECURITY Investors Excited About EU Breach Transparency Mandate 50% Company Announces Cyber Partnership To Preempt Threats 70 percent of investors believe more breach transparency regulations will improve the investment climate 70% M&A AND INVESTOR CHRONICLE CEO Shirks Responsibility; Blames Thieves BreachDisclosurePostAgreement AnnouncementDropsDealValue 59 percentof investorslower mergervaluationsif either company has suffereda breach 59% ALL THE MERGER NEWS THAT’S FIT TO PRINT INVESTOR & CYBERSECURITY EDITION $2.00 VOLUMECCLXINO.43 55 percentof investors want theCEO to speak whenthe companyannounces a breach 55% 78 percentof investors blamethe target companyin the event of a hack 78% To Do ListQuarterly earnings- Employee town hall- Panel Q&A re:cyber / M&A 50 percent of investors increase valuation for companies that demonstrate threat mitigation activity through an outside security firm

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