Cyber Vigilance & Operations
Deloitte’s Cyber Risk practice is widely acknowledged as the leading security advisory practice in the world and is eminently qualified to help clients respond to evolving cyber threats in a secure, vigilant, and resilient manner.
As it becomes increasingly difficult to prevent infiltrations and unauthorised activity, organisations need threat awareness and advanced detection and analytic solutions to continuously identify unauthorised or anomalous activity in their environments. Vigilant services leverage deep experience with analytic and correlation technologies to help clients develop monitoring solutions focused on detecting threats to critical business processes.
Deloitte’s offerings in the Cyber Vigilance & Operation consist of the following
Advanced threat readiness and preparation
We assist organisations with the design and implementation scenarios that address cyber espionage, APTs, clandestine activity, insider threat, fraud, etc.
Cyber security and risk analytics
We assist organisations in building and delivering security information & event management (SIEM) solutions and implement sophisticated monitoring use cases that address cyber espionage, APTs, insider threats or SAP fraud.
Cyber intelligence services
Cyber intelligence services help clients with tools, technologies, and processes for effective, risk-aligned detection, and incident handling, including capabilities for application security and privileged user monitoring.
Threat intelligence and analysis
We assist organisations in utilising intelligence within and across industries to detect threats. Analyse the anatomy of a cyber-attack to determine the root cause and recommend remedial activity.
Better insights drive better business. The ability of an organisation to have better threat insights on its risks is critical to continued success. Getting right threat insights and intelligence enables organisations to effectively manage risks and drive performance. It also keeps costs down, grows revenue, secures assets and meets legal and regulatory compliance. Getting threats wrong costs money, wastes resources, leaves organisations exposed, increases compliance costs, and distracts management from running the business. In challenging times, even the most mature organisations should consider whether the information and insights available on the upcoming threats are relevant, efficient, and adaptable to their needs.