It has never been more important for Boards and Executives to understand their organisation’s cyber risks and their own role when enhancing enterprise security and responding to attacks. This is reflected in PwC’s 24th CEO Survey, with 95% of Australian CEOs identifying cyber risks as the top threat to business growth.
The rise of ransomware is just one threat that is testing both an organisation’s ability to respond to cyber attacks, as well as their enterprise-wide business continuity plans. The majority of businesses do not have a playbook that includes a decision framework to aid in making the best judgement calls in the ‘heat of the moment’.
Companies with tried and tested plans for responding to cyber attacks not only restore the business back to normal as quickly as possible, but protect its brand, reputation and financial stability.
Our team includes a unique blend of both deep technical experts and specialists in specific industries who ensure that security recommendations align with broader business needs and take account of sector specific nuances. We have people who can help you with every aspect of the cybersecurity maturity journey - working as one seamless team with expertise drawn from technical, operational, legal, regulatory and reputational capabilities.
Partner, Cybersecurity & Digital Trust, PwC Australia
Tel: +61 3 8603 6866
Australian Global Crisis Centre Leader, PwC Australia
Tel: +61 2 8266 7809