In this webcast, we'll discuss 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.
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.
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.
The Global State of Information Security® Survey 2015 is a worldwide study by PwC, CIO, and CSO. Security breaches are on the rise, and it is no surprise to find that as the number of information security incidents continues to mount, so do financial losses. Survey respondents in 2014 report that the number of detected incidents soared to a total of 42.8 million, a 48% leap over 2013. This increase comes at great cost: Total financial losses attributed to security compromises increased 34% over 2013.
The rise of trade-based money laundering presents direct financial, reputational, and compliance risk to the financial services companies, banks, and global trade organizations that provide and utilize trade finance. Financial firms can address these increased AML challenges by leveraging analytics and statistical transaction monitoring techniques to identify information, trends, connections, and anomalies indicative of trade-based money laundering schemes.
Cybersecurity is more than just a technology issue in the back office; it's a critical business issue that can dramatically impact a company's competitive position. Learn what leading practices are available to investors to determine if a company is reasonably prepared to weather the storm of a cyberattack.
Data protection and privacy is an urgent issue for both consumers and businesses. As customers increasingly worry whether their personal information is secure and used appropriately, companies are also concerned about protecting data and their brand. This 10Minutes highlights the importance of viewing consumer privacy from more than just a compliance lens and developing a strategy and action plan that will help businesses lead on data privacy by building customer trust and enhancing their brand.