BDO’s cybersecurity stance: protecting a business starts with understanding a business
As a business grows, information sharing grows along with it – with vendors, contractors, partners, and clients. And every one of these digital relationships presents a new set of cyber vulnerabilities. The need for security and the way in which it is implemented must be balanced, thoughtfully, against the needs of an organisation to operate effectively, and to actively pursue its future goals. While it is impossible to eliminate all risk of a cyber attack, a well-designed pro-active cyber security program will minimise the negative impact on both short- and long-term business goals.
BDO’s Global Cybersecurity practice is comprised of professionals from a diverse range of backgrounds, including experienced IT, operations, and data privacy consultants, as well as forensic technology, business advisory, and accounting practitioners. We are built to provide comprehensive, customised services for each client, focusing on your specific operating model, technical demands, regulatory environment, and industry dynamics. Whether it’s financial services, healthcare, retail, natural resources, or any other industry – we understand your needs.
Our global footprint extends to every corner of the globe and so does cyber crime. Let us help your organisation, wherever you are, to mitigate the cyber risks you’re facing.
Taking cybersecurity one step further: cyber defence
What is the difference between cybersecurity and cyber defence? How can organisations justify establishing the capabilities and appropriate level of maturity in their security operations and establishing a proper defensive posture?
In our white paper 'The Need for a More Proactive Cyber Defence' Danny Solomon, BDO Israel's Head of International Consulting explains BDO's new cybersecurity doctrine that helps organisations adopt a proactive, cyber defence posture.
View the animated video below and discover how a cyber defence strategy can keep your organisation operational during a cyber crisis.