A recent article published by Securityroundtable.org highlights the vulnerabilities of businesses in the world of e-commerce and interconnection, and how proper planning through a tailor-made cyber security program including, inter alia, appropriate insurance for cyber risks can help prevent successful attack and mitigate the economic impact if one should occur. Whether the problem is prevention or risk reduction, cyber security should be at the top of the business agenda. As discussed in the Securityroundable.org section, Lisa Sotto, president of Global Integrity and Cyber Security practices of Hunton & Williams, told a New York City News Inspection and Crisis Planning exercise that "it has been a complete revolution. The cyber environment has just exploded … We Couldn't have predicted this five years ago. There is no doubt that cyber security is a top priority for C suites and boards. It is now recognized as a basic risk issue for every company. "Walter Andrews, chairman of Hunton's insurance practice & Williams, raised the security of cyber security risks and explained that "we have seen a sea change in a lot of areas over the past two years … There will always be responsibility no matter what, but cyber security has gone from a product some companies acquired to One that is held by almost everyone. In fact, regulators and boards today need it manmade of the entire information and crisis planning exercise, see the full article Securityroundtable.org, which is here.