Connectivity is disrupting business models and the “work anywhere” trend is here to stay. This IT-enabled transformation is helping companies across sectors to create, deliver and capture value. But it also increases the risks of assets and infrastructure to malicious intentions. From phishing and malware to data breaches and ransomware: cyber attacks can threaten your business continuity, damage reputation and cause financial losses.
In a tech-enabled environment, companies must also prioritize data privacy and data protection. Legislation such as the revised data protection law in Switzerland and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the EU demand technical and organizational measures that enable secure processing of personal data. It means your data protection officer should work hand in hand with your cyber team to ensure data security and protect information on-premise and in the cloud.
Our cyber specialists understand the risks your organization faces and are experienced in developing strategies for security planning, protection and preparedness. We understand how attackers may seek to gain unauthorized access to your systems. Our risk assessments flag technology threats and risks, evaluate their impact on your business and identify compliance exceptions.
Through penetration testing and vulnerability scanning services, we help you pinpoint your key weaknesses and risks. We also design enterprise-wide security and continuity strategies, architecture based on industry standards and security control frameworks (ISO/IEC 2700x etc.).
How KPMG can help you
Clarity on Cyber Security
The highest level of cyber resilience is key in a digital economy. Without resilience, there is little confidence. And without confidence, there can be no trust.
Cyber security should be at the heart of any sustainable growth strategy. We want to bring clarity to the most important topics around cyber security. Find below a selection of our latest thought leadership.
Privacy in the new world of AI
Artificial Intelligence (AI) promises to transform our lives, making us more efficient, productive, healthy, and innovative. But as with any emerging technology, there are risks.
This report examines the privacy implications of the widespread adoption of AI. It aims to uncover what this means for businesses and outlines the key steps organizations can take to use AI responsibly.
Maintaining cyber vigilance and staying resilient
Key take aways:
- Nearly 82% of CEOs agreed that genAI is a double-edged sword, helping to detect cyberattacks but also providing new attack strategies for cybercriminals.
- 74% of CEOs identified cybercrime and cyber insecurity as factors that will impact prosperity.
Global Tech Report 2023
Technology leaders are determined to keep their organizations' priorities regarding digital transformation on track.
Whether it's focusing on building trust in their services or investigating how AI can help serve them, our latest report shows that the uncertain economic climate is continuing technological advancement.
Cybersecurity in ESG
There’s growing pressure for businesses to exhibit transparency regarding their corporate commitment to both cybersecurity and ESG.
Cybersecurity has garnered increased attention from regulators, who now demand prompt and comprehensive incident notification, as well as disclosure of an organization's cybersecurity control maturity.
Contact our cyber experts
Our team of over 50 cyber security specialists are certified to standards such as CISSP, CISM and OSCP. Let’s build your cyber and digital risk strategy together.