Cyber and Forensics

Balance security and opportunity to move boldly forward

Preventing, responding to and remediating a wide range of business threats, risks and complex issues.

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What we do


PwC's Australian Forensic Services practice offers a full spectrum of forensic solutions, ranging from fraud prevention and detection management to post-incident investigative services and remedial activities.

Our team of forensic specialists includes: former regulators, law enforcement agents, financial crime specialists, forensic accountants, computer forensic consultants, research specialists all of whom are highly experienced across a full range of industries.

The majority of our team are Certified Fraud Examiners and hold Certificate III in Investigative Services, Certificate IV in Government Investigation and Fraud Control and Commercial Agents and Private Inquiry (CAPI) licences.

At PwC we are able to provide clients in any industry with timely, high quality, practical and commercial resolutions to any forensic issue. We provide services in four key areas:Investigations and Fraud Control

  • Forensic Accounting
  • Forensic Technology
  • Anti-Money Laundering

Cyber security

PwC’s Cybersecurity practice can help you think more broadly about security and move boldly toward new possibilities. We offer an end-to-end portfolio of services that are complemented by the following capabilities:

  • Deep experience helping organisations strategically assess, design, deploy and improve cybersecurity programs. We also have a long history of building trusted relationships with business leaders at all levels.
  • Tactical knowledge gleaned from decades of projects across industries, geographies and technologies informs our services.
  • 2,900+ practitioners globally that include specialised consultants, former law enforcement agents, cyberforensic investigators, intelligence analysts, technologists, lawyers and industry leaders in cybersecurity and privacy.
  • ALM Intelligence Vanguard Leader for Security Operations Centre Consulting

Cyber Lifecycle

  • Set your Cyber risk profile and policy
  • Invest strategically to deliver business benefits
  • Communicate cyber posture to build trust with customers and employees

  • Build and test security and controls to manage risk and protect the business
  • Take advantage of new technologies, safely, while controlling access to business critical information
  • Identify and address weaknesses in the systems and processes of your service providers and suppliers

  • Monitor and improve your Cyber controls
  • Detect attacks and understand your vulnerabilities
  • Report incidents and risks to executives
  • Continually improve and drive cost effectiveness

  • Effective Cyber incident response
  • Establish and maintain a cost effective and scalable capability
  • Follow a proven approach to contain the incident and minimise damage

  • Cyber incident recovery, awareness and learning
  • Identify root causes and strengthen resilience
  • Resolve problems cost-effectively and create a culture of Cyber awareness through training and sharing of lessons learnt

Leading practice needs a cohesive relationship between technology risk, information security, forensics and operational teams.



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Contact us

Steve Ingram

Partner, PwC Australia

Tel: +61 3 8603 3676

Cassandra Michie

Partner, PwC Australia

Tel: +61 2 8266 2774

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