Analytics & Information Management
The world is changing, fast. Customers are demanding a more personalised experience. Competitors are appearing out of nowhere. Governments and regulators are demanding faster and more accurate reports. The most important answers to your complex business challenges may be hiding in your data. Those who can make sense of the vast quantities of information at their disposal are coming out on top. But in a world where the amount of information is doubling every 2 years, how can we keep up? Deloitte’s Analytics & Information Management (AIM) practice can help you uncover and unlock the value buried deep inside vast amounts of data. Our global network provides strategic guidance and implementation services to help companies manage data from disparate sources and convert it into accurate, actionable information that can support fact-driven decision-making and drive competitive advantage. Our practice addresses the continuum of opportunities in business intelligence, data management, technology, and next-generation analytics and technologies, including big data, cloud, and machine learning.
Deloitte is technology agnostic in our advice, but we are able to implement solutions for all technologies. We also offer off-the-shelf solutions completely tailored to your industry and business lines. In AIM, we have the full breadth of capability, deep industry expertise and CXO level relationships to be the leader in full-lifecycle Analytics & Information Management provision.
Penetration testing is an IT security service that lies in authorized penetration to IT system and bypassing the existing security measures. Penetration testing process includes modelling the attacker’s real actions and exploring vulnerabilities in protection systems and their further exploitation. Penetration test allows to obtain an independent evaluation and expert opinion on the level of the confidential information protection.
Cyber attacks have become a commonplace, making a genuine and severe threat for organizations. Along with the number of attacks, the complexity, magnitude and mortality increase as well. Large number of threats was designed to remain undetected, so many companies should deal with the economic consequences of the lost information and customers’ trust.
Traditional protection mechanisms cannot resist the power of current cyber threats. Many organizations do not possess the sufficient knowledge and necessary resources to protect themselves from internal and external cyber threats. For this reason, the implementation of the cyber incidents response practice is needed to ensure the business stability of the companies, client retention, and continuous development.
As the nature of work has changed, so too have the methods of automation. Robotic process and intelligent automation tools can help businesses improve the effectiveness of services faster at a lower cost than current methods, but with important limitations.
Are you ready for a digital future? Nearly 90 percent of managers and executives surveyed expect “great” or “moderate” digital disruption, but fewer than half say their organizations are adequately preparing. Companies can take steps toward digital maturity, though – without necessarily putting technologists in charge.
How can Boards and senior management meaningfully assess the culture of their organisation? How can they understand whether their “tone from the top” is reflected in a strong and consistent “echo from the bottom”?