Business continuity management
Assess your organisation’s business continuity environment against PwC’s Digital Resilience Framework. This framework is aligned to international standards including ISO 22301:2012 and allows you to identify and improve your approach to developing, implementing and maintaining a functioning Business Continuity Management BCM programme.
Assess your organisation’s readiness to transition to cloud-based systems using our proprietary cloud services readiness framework. The result of years of cumulative PwC experience in cloud readiness, risk assessment and implementation projects, our framework is underpinned by best practice and industry standards such as the Cloud Controls Matrix, provided by the Cloud Security Alliance.
An effective Board is at the heart of good governance, and is founded on five pillars: leadership strategy and culture; structure and performance oversight; risk; management information and controls; and transparency and reporting. This assessment will help your organisation assess the current maturity level of your Board of Directors and offer recommendations to help you improve.
Evaluate your organisation’s data privacy programme against the PwC data privacy framework. Aligned to the the EU GDPR - the global standard of data privacy - the framework is based on three key pillars: transparency in the use of personal data, protection of individuals' rights, and enforcement of regulation.
Assess your existing governance and controls against ISO 27001:2013, an internationally recognised best practice standard for information security management. Providing guidelines across both technical and non-technical areas, the standard establishes the guidelines for minimum security requirements, on which entities should build their own security controls, tailored for their business environment.
Assess your organisation’s maturity in delivering, implementing and maintaining uniform and adequate global IT controls in line with key industry standards and best practices. The evaluation is built on seven pillars: strategic decision making, technology governance, technology management, systems quality, systems support and change, technology operations and information security.