The digital age is bringing rapid change: new customer connections, tighter supply chain integration, new sourcing models, new ways of exploiting bulk data, faster R&D processes, mobility and much more.
As companies pivot towards a digital business model, more data is being generated and shared between organisations, partners and customers. This information has become the lifeblood of today’s interconnected business ecosystem and is increasingly valuable to organisations – and to skilled threat actors.
Business digitisation has also exposed companies to new digital vulnerabilities, making effective cybersecurity and privacy more important than ever. PwC helps you to take a broader view of cybersecurity and privacy as both protectors and enablers of the business.
Are you adequately prepared to respond to cyber threats?
Game of Threats™ is a digital game that simulates the speed and complexity of a real-world cyber breach to help executives better understand the steps they can take to protect their companies.
Businesses now operate in an interconnected way. So securing data, transactions and operations means working beyond your own walls. Businesses depend on digital business processes. This amplifies the impact of cyber attaches on every area of your business.
Scarcely a day goes by without mention of a new cyber crime in the news. Businesses face a wide range of threats ranging from nation states and organised crime to 'hacktivists' and insiders. Would you know what to do if you are compromised? Are you prepared?
New technology can bring more efficiency but is fraught with risks. If your cybersecurity is inadequate, you won't have the confidence to take risks that allow you to get ahead of the competition. Cyber breaches damage reputations and destroy trust - both are vital ingredients for success in the digital age.
PwC’s Cybersecurity and Privacy team can help you think more broadly about security and move boldly toward new possibilities. We offer an end-to-end portfolio of services across four stages:
1. Assess - understanding your capabilities and maturity to help you prioritise your investment.
2. Build - designing and delivering cyber security improvement programmes.
3. Manage - managing and maintaining control of your business, enabling you to focus on strategic priorities.
4. Respond - rapid, global access to leading cyber incident containment, investigation and crisis management expertise.
Tan Shong Ye
Digital Trust Leader, PwC Singapore
Tel: +65 9679 6920
Cybersecurity and Privacy Partner, PwC South East Asia Consulting, PwC Singapore
Partner, PwC Singapore
Tel: +65 9618 9773
Strategy Leader, PwC Singapore
Tel: +65 9737 9481
See Hong Pek
Tel: +65 6236 7398