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Traditional security programs have often been unsuccessful in unifying the need to both secure and support technology innovation required by the business. Deloitte's cyber strategy services support the transition to an executive-led cyber risk program that balances requirements to be secure, vigilant, and resilient in line with the strategic objectives and risk appetite of the organization. We provide guidance and support to executives in establishing an actionable roadmap to support the evolution of a program’s security priorities, and in the ongoing governance of a secure, vigilant, and resilient program.
- Cyber strategy, transformation, and assessments – We work with clients to determine their risk tolerance, and to identify their key business risks and cyber-threat exposures.
- Cyber risk management and compliance – We enable executives to recognize, analyze, and address third-party and regulatory compliance risks created by the development of new, complex, distributed networks in order to avoid potential threats to business-critical data and systems.
- Cyber training education and awareness – We assist organizations to develop and implement a well-defined cyber risk culture, and educate employees about threat awareness to help accelerate behavioral change.
Business leaders understand that success in today’s interconnected marketplace doesn’t come without risk. This collection of five articles examines how organizations are driving innovation and performance growth by understanding and, ultimately, embracing cyber risk.
Increased use of technology and an increasingly connected global market are key drivers of cyber risk. But, when managed correctly, they can also be powerful tools that drive an organization forward.
Embracing risk–and using it to gain competitive advantage–starts in the C-suite where executives need to examine their organization’s cyber strategy and capabilities in order to address key questions around its cyber risk program. This article provides a guide and self-assessment tool to help organizations determine the maturity of their cyber risk programs, and identify areas for improvement.