The SEC's upcoming cyber exams will dig deeper than before.
This recorded webcast discusses how organizations can elevate their internal technology audit functions to the high levels demanded of all key stakeholders and increase their ability to meet the increasing challenges of emerging technology risks.
Could a single email cost you millions? The answer may surprise you. Learn about a fraud scheme that has caught many companies off guard.
The annual PwC Global State of Information Security® surveyed more than 9,700 security, IT and business executives found that the total number of security incidents detected by respondents climbed to 42.8 million this year, an increase of 48% since 2013. It is imperative that in today’s world of distributed computing and outsourced technologies, businesses and government partners continue to assess their security posture and seek more active ways to defend networks.
This study highlights recommendations PwC provided the White House on the key attributes Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations (ISAOs) should have to succeed. It is based on analysis of a half-day summit PwC hosted in April 2015 with participants from the private sector, government, think tanks, and academia, and on subsequent interviews with private and public stakeholders. The focus of the paper is on those areas that need prompt deliberation and agreement. Much progress has been made, but much work remains.
Companies are falling victim to wire transfer scams, costing victims more than $1 billion in just the last 18 months.
Cybersecurity incidents are not only increasing in number, they are also becoming progressively destructive and target a broadening array of information and attack vectors.
An unprecedented wave of privacy fines, penalties, and settlements has thrust data privacy onto the agenda of corporate boards across all sectors and regions. In this recorded webcast, PwC presenters summarize the discussions occurring among corporate boards and executive teams and forecast enforcement trends for the coming year.
Upcoming exams will dig deeper and result in more MRAs.
The first cyber sanctions program will soon name names.