Do you have the resources to anticipate cyber-threats and drop everything when they strike?
In an increasingly interconnected and technology-enabled world, it’s no longer a question of whether you’ll experience a cybersecurity incident, but when. Recent high-profile breaches show that you can get hit by an attack when you least expect it. It’s crucial to be prepared and able to respond effectively − whatever your industry, location or organisation size.
With data protection regulations punishing failures to promptly respond to breaches, cyber-insurers demanding proof of adequate preparedness, and plenty of evidence showing that responses often fail because of a lack of expertise and planning, the time to act is now. You might want to ask yourself some questions:
If the answer to any of these is ‘no’, we can work with your organisation to help.
Source: Digital Trust Insights Survey 2021
With a clearly defined response framework and governance in place, clear ownership, an agreed decisionmaking and escalation pathway, you’re able to respond rapidly when required.
With a plan covering both the business and technical aspects of response of recovery and drawing on broad capabilities from across the organisation, you can be sure of having the right people involved from the word go.
Your people, processes and tools are well rehearsed and ready to respond. It’s like building ‘muscle memory’ that can be triggered immediately in the event of a breach.
Your operational resilience is better because business as usual can be quickly restored – and you’re able to identify and address the lessons learned to help prevent a repeat of the incident.
Our incident response and recovery team has a broad range of capabilities to be able to provide support across the prepare, respond and recover phases of a cyber crisis or incident.
Partner and Leader Cybersecurity and Privacy, PwC Switzerland
Tel: +41 58 792 42 21
Partner Digital Assurance and Cybersecurity and Privacy, PwC Switzerland
Tel: +41 58 792 84 59
Director Cybersecurity, PwC Switzerland
Tel: +41 58 792 22 20