Shifts in global governance are presenting a diverse range of global societal, technological and economic risks such as cybercrime, terrorism, financial crises, digital inequalities, human trafficking and natural resource crises. These risks make it increasingly important to protect critical societal services within transport, energy, water, health and finance, as well as establish secure, transparent and sustainable supply chains.

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