Australian consumers are becoming more concerned about cyber security, and trust in a company's ability to protect their information is becoming a key decision maker in who they do business with.
Cybercrime is currently believed to cost Australians more than $1 billion every year, and businesses in both the private and public sector have been compromised. This heightened risk environment, coupled with increased regulatory requirements, means that cyber security needs to be a key priority and area of concern for organisations, and it's not just IT departments that are bearing the burden. Boards, audit committee and executives are responsible for ensuring and demonstrating to customers, employees and all stakeholders and regulators that appropriate safeguards are in place.
Cyber is a whole-of-business concern.
KPMG's specialised cyber solutions offering is tailored to help private, mid market and family business outpace cyber threats and protect their most important assets - their customers, their business, their people and their data. Our dedicated cyber team can help our clients implement the building blocks for a cyber resilient organisation so they have the confidence to focus on what will truly make an impact and help them succeed.
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Establish compliant and secure cyber security foundations through a cyber transformation program that includes a data and legal framework review and capability uplift.
Detection and real-time response to threats and cyber incidents, including security testing, cyber analytics, incident response and SOC/SIEM capability uplift.
Practical and affordable technical and business solutions to address areas such as privacy and data protection, identity management, and access management.
An objective assessment of your cyber risk profile in the context of the current threat landscape to help you identify and remediate any security control gaps and risks. This may also help you to prioritise the future investment to enhance business risk reduction.
We can provide you with a set of turnkey cyber solutions from us or our alliance partners that help you tap into world-class solutions in a package that is right sized for the private, mid market and family businesses. The managed Security Operations Center (SOC) is a cloud-based service available through KPMG’s international alliance with CyberHat, a leading cyber security firm who specialise in cyber security operation monitoring. This service monitors your network environment 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide affordable, integrated cyber attack detection, response and threat intelligence services.
There are two types of service offerings:
CYREBRO® Core is designed for organisations that already have a security information and event management (SIEM) function.
CYREBRO® One is designed for organisations that require a solution combining both technology and professional services in one offering.
A cyber incident can happen to anyone, any time. We can offer you specialised incident response services to help effectively and efficiently respond to an incident and get you back up and running as quickly as possible and comply with your obligations.
Incident Response readiness services help you to prepare for the inevitable cyber security incidents. We can assess current capabilities, test them using table top exercises or in-depth technical war games and help build any identified capability gaps. We can work with you to be prepared, strengthen your defences and identify who to call and the chain of command. This helps you to mitigate the impact of and effectively respond to cyber attacks.
Tackle incidents of high complexity by providing wide support during incidents, ranging from incident response and management and digital forensics, to assistance dealing with regulatory matters, remediation, communication. We understand that the highest priority for you during cyber incidents is to continue with or return as soon as possible to business as usual with minimal impact. KPMG’s in-depth industry experience and familiarity with your business helps provide targeted and practical advice.
Post a cyber incident: Provide full post-incident support to you so that operations can return to normal mode with least cost and impact and manage identified risks as a result of the incident. We can also follow a cyber attack with a thorough analysis of root cause and improvement recommendations.
As you go along your journey of implementing the changes put forward by a cyber capability uplift roadmap, you may need specialised advice or support in certain areas. We provide a service that allows you access that specialised advice/support from us, as and when you need it.
We can help you in understanding and meeting your regulatory, contractual and compliance obligations (CPS 234/PCI etc.) in relation to cyber security. We can support you with targeted reviews, full scope audits and advisory projects to meet your compliance requirements through the below services.
We can help you understand what effective cyber security governance and risk management tools should look like taking into account your specific requirements and needs. We can also assess your control design and advise on any uplifts to fit-for-purpose controls.
Targeted analysis of one or more areas of cyber security, performed either as internal audits or standalone reviews, to provide you and your stakeholders with insights into what is working and what is not.
We can help you assess your compliance to a set of requirements – contractual, regulatory, legislative. This may be necessary for you to complete as part of a mandatory filing, because you want to work with a client that requires this as part supplier governance or because executives want to demonstrate to market how cyber secure you are.
Linda has more than 20 years of experience working across roles in strategy, operations and technology. Her broad, hands-on experience allows her to bring an integrative and pragmatic perspective to digital transformation programs.
Sarah leads Enterprise's Risk Consulting practice. She has over 12 years' experience providing professional services to a range of clients including listed entities in the ASX 300+, private companies, large multi-nationals, local government, not-for-profit and indigenous businesses.
Clara has global experience in many areas including cyber security, IT strategy, governance and risk management, digital transformation and service management. She has designed many IT and cyber strategies and led large transformation programs which were designed to execute on these strategies.
Puneet has more than 10 years' experience in advising clients in governance, transformation, operational and compliance aspects of digital, technology and operational risks. He has worked with clients across the globe spanning industries including IT services, telecom, technology, and financial services.
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