A revolutionary approach to cyber or just another buzz word?
Through this article, we will look beyond the hype and break down what Zero Trust in cyber is, the business drivers behind it and the benefits it can bring. We will also explore approaches to Zero Trust, what the journey feels like and share some common pitfalls and challenges along the way.
Detect and Respond
Prepare. Respond. Recover.
The cyber landscape is always changing. Advancements like robotics, IoT, and AI, although positive, can mean greater cyber threats. Organisations must develop their cyber response capability to be able to respond quickly and effectively when incidents occur.
Special Cybercrime Magazine podcast series features the experts at Deloitte Cyber Risk
Listen to the special Cybercrime Magazine podcast which features the experts at Deloitte Cyber Risk. The podcast presents conversation between Cybercrime Magazine and Deloitte Global Women in Cyber leader Beth Dewitt on the value of diversity of thought in cybersecurity.
Rebooting risk management
Making risk relevant in a world remade by COVID-19
Today’s environment is one not only of heightened risk, but of prolonged uncertainty. Blurring the lines between business-as-usual risk management, crisis management, and resilience can enable agility in the face of an uncertain future.
Identity and Access Management
Enabling the right access to the right resources, to the right people at the right time
Current advancements in technology enable organisations to gather increasingly larger amounts of data to perform a more detailed analysis than ever before. These advancements can also create security vulnerabilities thus increasing the risk and severity of a security related event.
Cyber security in the asset management sector
The recently published Central Bank of Ireland ‘Dear CEO’ letter regarding the Thematic Inspection of CybersecurityRisk Management in Asset ManagementFirms follows on from the CBI’s more general Cross Industry Guidance in respect of Information Technology and cybersecurity Risks published in 2016.
Reshaping the cybersecurity landscape
How digitisation and the COVID-19 pandemic are accelerating cybersecurity needs at many large financial institutions
Cybersecurity for financial institutions was critical before COVID-19 hit—and likely even more so now. This year’s Deloitte and FS-ISAC survey reveals why firms may need to prioritize and reinvest in cyber protection programs.
Securing your move to – and operating in – the cloud
Helping you thrive in a digital world
We live in uncertain times. The business world is changing rapidly – and technology is moving faster still. By sharing what we learn, we hope to identify the practical steps to help you to set your business free to thrive, in our increasingly connected world.
Deloitte launches Women in Cyber initiative to address gender gap in cyber security
Deloitte launches a Women in Cyber initiative across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) that brings together clients, experts and colleagues in pursuit of achieving gender parity in cyber security.
Blockchain and Cybersecurity
Blockchain is gaining traction today, but critics who question the scalability, security, and sustainability of the technology remain. Deloitte member firms across the globe are continuing to collaborate to build blockchain capabilities to develop world class solutions and services for clients.
After the dust settles
How Financial Services are taking a sustainable approach to GDPR compliance in a new era for privacy, one year on
One year on from the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) coming into force, do financial services professionals welcome the regulation more than they fear it, and how will technology play a part in ensuring their privacy designs are fit for future?
New perspectives on how cyber risk can power performance
Explore this rich repository of information to gain insights into the value that organisations can unlock by uncovering the opportunities inherent in cyber risk. When managed from the perspective that risk powers performance, cyber risk can take on a whole new look.
Assessing cyber risk
Critical questions for the board and the C-suite
The evolving threat landscape means organisations today must worry about far more than fraud and theft. As attackers become highly organized and also focus their attention on disrupting services, destroying your data, and holding your systems to ransom, the risk challenges grow more complex.