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How ready are you for the coming threats?

More executives in FS, TMT, and health industries think misinformation and ransomware are very likely to occur in the next year. Executives in energy, utilities, and resources are more likely to predict a significant negative impact from almost all threats.

If you were to draw up a likelihood-impact grid containing the cyber threats, actors, and events your organization faces, what would it look like? How is your cyber spending allocated to address these?

And how would the cyber risks compare against the other threats your organization faces? “Aggregating information security risk and comparing it to all the various other risks that exist within the organization is powerful, and it's how organizations should look at enterprise risk,” says Adam Mishler, CISO, Best Buy.

More than three-quarters of executives in our Global DTI 2021 survey say that “assessments and testing, done right, can help them target their cybersecurity investments.”

“Aggregating information security risk and comparing it to all the various other risks that exist within the organization is powerful, and it's how organizations should look at enterprise risk.”

Adam MishlerCISO, Best Buy


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Azamat Konratbayev

Azamat Konratbayev

Partner, Risk assurance leader, PwC Kazakhstan

Tel: +7 727 330 3200

Boris Mazets

Boris Mazets

Senior Manager, information security and information technologies, PwC Kazakhstan

Tel: +7 727 330 3200 (ext. 3727)

Oleg Prokudin

Oleg Prokudin

Manager, information security and information technologies, PwC Kazakhstan

Tel: +7 727 330 3200 (ext. 3927)

Mirzarif Mirkamilov

Mirzarif Mirkamilov

Manager, Risk assurance services, cybersecurity and information privacy, PwC Kazakhstan

Tel: +7 727 330 3200

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