Protect your critical assets and operate with confidence so you can feel secure instead of unsure.
Protect your critical assets and operate with confidence.
As many organisations are recognising and experiencing first-hand, cyber attacks are no longer a matter of if, but when.
The regularity of cyber breaches highlight the increasing sophistication, stealth, and persistence of modern cyber attacks that organisations are facing today. The loss of intellectual property, customer data, and other sensitive information – as well as resulting business operations disruption – can cause severe financial and reputational damage.
You may not predict the next cyber incident, but you can make sure that you are prepared when it does happen. A robust cyber incident response strategy includes pre-planning, incident response and broader crisis management. Being prepared requires you to create and maintain an environment that enables a timely and effective response to a cyber incident.
Considerations for executives
Cyber incidents are a fact of life for many companies. 100 percent security is never feasible, and aiming for it is not sensible from a business perspective. If an incident occurs, what would be your first immediate action? What are the key considerations you need to be thinking about?
Successful cyber incident response involves a combination of critical first steps, stakeholder communications, and enacting a well prepared and regularly tested response plan. To accomplish this the following should be considered:
How we can help
KPMG’s global cyber incident response professionals have the capability and experience to respond both locally and internationally. From pre-planning, through development of crisis management, to a robust incident response service, KPMG can assist you by preparing for an attack and effectively responding should it occur.
KPMG cyber professionals have experience in investigations, digital forensics and recovery which can help you mitigate risks, understand what happened, secure evidence, and support internal, legal and/or law enforcement enquiries.
KPMG helps leading organisations worldwide effectively manage and protect their most valuable data across a broad spectrum of evolving threats and scenarios. Overall, KPMG professionals approach cyber security not as a one-time project, but rather a holistic, adaptive strategy aligned to your business goals, focused on delivering long-term value for your business.
KPMG’s Cyber Response Services encompass: