The threat of cyber attacks is increasingly recognised as one of the biggest systemic risks that governments, global institutions and enterprises have to face. Interconnected information technology systems and concentrated key services on critical infrastructure create the risk of a single cyber-incident impacting many institutions simultaneously.
The real and rising threat of cyberattacks against institutions and the potential of a significant impact on the economy have caused regulators and law enforcement to become increasingly alert to such risks. Globalisation, however, complicates the implementation of regulations and law enforcements. Institutions and multinationals, nor their technological platforms are confined within the borders of a single country. Even an institution with no online presence may be exposed to cybercrime when it installs compromised software on its internal system. Cyberattacks are a global problem in need of a global response.
Cybersecurity is a global challenge. Improving it across different geographical regions and communities requires a multi-stakeholder governance approach. It also calls for a strong and coherent data protection framework. Better tools are required to enforce compliance. Identity and access to sensitive information must be protected more efficiently. Data needs to be born encrypted and maintained persistently protected across its entire life cycle. Traditional approaches to IT security have limited impact and require changes.
Methods and services
Cybersecurity is more than a few new products or gadgets; it’s about a complete, integrated mind set, involving both protective and reactive measures, people, processes and technology. Cybersecurity is also about understanding the challenges to address and aligning any project to the critical assets of the organisation. It is about monitoring, testing, building and maintaining a process and about creating a platform that lets you truly manage your risks in a world where the cost and damages of breaches continue to rise.
Our team of Information and Cybersecurity professionals plays the key role of trusted advisor to help you connecting security to business agility.
Our Cybersecurity solutions
Align security to business processes
Governance, Risk & Compliance services
Security audits – risk assessment – policy & procedures – business continuity plan – awareness and training
Identity and access
Enable authorised people to access the right resources at the right time
Identity Access Management (IAM) governance – IAM policy and procedures single sign on – IAM support services
Protect data in any format, on any device, during its entire lifecycle
Data protection & privacy
Vulnerability assessments – patching – penetration testing – risk monitoring
Implement anti-fraud technology while lacking expert resources
Identitfy theft – asset misappropriation – abused claims – tax fraud – malicious insider
Prevent critical infrastructure from cyber-attacks
Business context – risk strategy – vulnerability – technology alignement
Secure sensitive data in the cloud remains the responsibility of the data owner, not the service provider
Risk analysis – design and architecture – migration – data leakage
Ensuring security on mobile applications
Protect mobile applications from the same security issues of traditional networked applications
Security policy for mobile – mobile device management – employee awareness training