Balance security and opportunity to move forward boldly
As companies pivot toward a digital business model, exponentially more data is generated and shared among organizations, partners and customers. This digital information has become the lifeblood of the interconnected business ecosystem and is increasingly valuable to organizations—and to skilled threat actors. Business digitization also has exposed companies to new digital vulnerabilities, making effective cybersecurity and privacy more important than ever. PwC incorporates four key elements to help you take a broader view of cybersecurity and privacy as both protectors and enablers of the business.
A guide for the C-Suite and boards on cybersecurity
Customize global privacy and security standards for your processes
Minimize the business impact of disruption
What do you do when you’re one of the largest enterprise security providers in the world and you see the ground shifting from under your feet? This is exactly what happened to our client, the Executive Director of Cybersecurity Solutions for a major global security provider. While they had been very successful serving large corporate customers with an on-premises data center-based solution, the game was changing. It was moving to the cloud.
Except for a handful of very large accounts, no one could afford the ongoing massive investments in data center infrastructure needed to keep up with an exponential increase in cyberattacks. They saw clearly that moving their service to the cloud would give them an “elastic” platform with massively scalable computer power, storage and bandwidth-- something that could easily accommodate sudden spikes in processing demand to actively monitor ongoing cyberattacks. The smaller, more nimble competitors were already there, and the trajectory was obvious. The cloud was where our client needed to be. And fast.
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