Experience in overseeing the growing threat of cybersecurity risk is among the key attributes boards will look for when appointing their next new corporate director, according to the 11th annual “What Directors Think” survey, a comprehensive report on boardroom trends.

The survey was released by NYSE Governance Services, a source on governance, risk, ethics and compliance practices, and Spencer Stuart, a senior executive search firm. It highlights the elusive nature of cyber risk, with 20 percent of directors lacking confidence in their board’s understanding of the many facets of cyber threats.

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