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ISS ESG Provides US Cyber Risks Visibility for Sustainability Investors

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ESG investors are now able to monitor companies’ cyber risks through a new service provided by ISS ESG. The ISS ESG US Cyber Risk Index offers clients visibility into which corporates face the highest risk of digital intrusion based on their cyber security provisions.

ISS ESG, the sustainable investment unit of Institutional Shareholder Services, said the index is based on is Cyber Risk Scores.

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