Deloitte helps organisations prevent cyberattacks and protect valuable assets. We believe in being secure, vigilant, and resilient—not only by looking at how to prevent and respond to attacks, but at how to manage cyber risk in a way that allows you to unleash new opportunities. Embed cyber risk at the start of strategy development for more effective management of information and technology risks.
- Cyber Strategy– We help executives develop a cyber risk program in line with the strategic objectives and risk appetite of the organisation.
- Secure– We focus on establishing effective controls around the organisation’s most sensitive assets and balancing the need to reduce risk, while enabling productivity, business growth, and cost optimisation objectives.
- Vigilant– We integrate threat data, IT data, and business data to equip security teams with context-rich intelligence to proactively detect and manage cyber threats and respond more effectively to cyber incidents.
- Resilient– We combine proven proactive and reactive incident management processes and technologies to rapidly adapt and respond to cyber disruptions whether from internal or external forces.
A global network of Cyber Intelligence Centers
As cyber threats evolve and become more complex, many business leaders recognise they can’t manage the challenge alone. That’s why Deloitte offers a global network of Cyber Intelligence Centers (CICs), operating around the clock, 365 days of the year. Our CICs provide fully customisable managed security solutions including advanced security event monitoring, threat analytics, cyber threat management, and incident response for businesses in the region to meet the increasing market demand in cybersecurity services.
Businesses leaders are rightly concerned about the frequent media reports of cyberattacks, data breaches, and other cyberthreats. At the same time, they understand that doing what it takes to create enterprise value often means taking risks because risk powers performance.
“Advanced Persistent Threat” (APT) is probably one of the most hyped phrases since Mandiant published one of the first reports about such a sophisticated threat actor group in 2013. Now in 2016 we see “APT reports” almost monthly and all the interesting facts and details get lost in a lot of media and marketing hyperbole. This article provides a crisp explanation of APTs and summarises the latest developments with recommendations to protect your organisation.
Digital transformation efforts typically aim at achieving improved customer experiences, seamless collaboration between employees and partners, and automation through M2M (Machine-to-Machine) communication, e.g. IoT. As such, they foster digital ecosystems that include mobile and cloud solutions, as well as data transfers across multiple networks, platforms, people, applications and services.
Organisations frequently operate under the assumption that as long as their computer systems are secure, information is secure. In an effort to strengthen the security of their computer systems, they often perform penetration tests – simulated attacks on computer systems aimed at identifying vulnerabilities that could materialize into real risks.
In the “Cognitive Computing Era”, today’s computer systems have evolved into powerful, intelligent systems that can emulate human reasoning. In more technical terms, the field of cognitive computing lies at the intersection of machine learning, image processing, natural language processing, and Big Data, allowing the rapid ingestion of enormous quantities of both structured and unstructured data.
Latest Cyber Risk awards and recognition
Deloitte is pleased to announce that Gartner, the world's leading information technology research and advisory company, ranked Deloitte #1 globally, based on revenue, in Security Consulting Services for the fifth consecutive year in its May 2017 report titled, Gartner: Market Share: Security Consulting Services, Worldwide, 2016.
Deloitte is pleased to announce that ALM Intelligence has named it a global leader in Security Operations Consulting (SOC) based on the breadth and depth of its capabilities, in their report, Security Operations Center Consulting 2016.