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With information security evolving into the most complex area of IT the responsibility of an organisation’s CISO has never been this imperative

the responsibility of an organisation’s CISO has never been this imperative

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Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)

With information security evolving into the most complex area of information technology, the responsibility of an organisation’s CISO has never been this imperative.

The KPMG Digital Signals Insights Platform service gives CISOs the confidence that they are making the right decisions.

Here’s how a CISO can leverage on the KPMG Digital Signals Insights Platform:

  • Digital recon: Identify digital assets which are owned by your brand on the internet and understand your digital footprint from an asset, application, profiles and software perspective
  • Threat intel and cyber exposure: Obtain contextual threat intelligence to the brand regarding risks beyond your perimeters. Curate content regarding your brand and provide actionable intelligence
  • Sensitive data leakage: Analyse the presence of sensitive documents and intellectual property such as code, e-mail and credentials on the internet and alternative channels
  • Dark web exposure: Detect and monitor mentions on dark web. Analyse mentions to identify emerging cyber security threats or compromise of sensitive personal information

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Managing the risks associated with the company’s financials has been made simpler with the KPMG Digital Signals Insights Platform.

Here’s how a CFO can leverage on this platform:

  • Threat intel: Obtain contextual threat intelligence to the brand regarding risks beyond your perimeters. Curate content regarding your brand and provide actionable intelligence
  • Dark web exposure: Detect and monitor mentions on dark web. Identify if any sensitive financial data has been exposed on the dark web
  • Third party supplier exposure: Assess the digital risks posed by your vendors. Perform procurement, contract management and assess the financial health of your vendors.

Chief Digital/Marketing Officer (CDO/CMO)

An organisation’s reputation can be dented, especially due to irresponsible usage of social media. Marketers can monitor their brands’ health online with KPMG’s Digital Signals Insights Platform.

Here’s how:

  • Digital recon: Identify digital assets which are owned by the brand on the internet and understand the digital footprint from an asset, application, profiles and software perspective
  • Social media command centre: With a vast coverage of data sources across popular social media channels, press media, blogs and forums combined with advanced AI and NLP technology, KPMG’s Digital Signals Insights Platform performs advanced analytics on the data available on digital media, highlights and reports the risks to customer in the form of insights, performs review on a brand’s social media presence, which allows for a transformation of the organisation’s social media strategy
  • Brand protection: With social media steadily emerging as a channel for building or destroying a brand’s image, reputation risk is becoming a top level topic of interest. KPMG’s Digital Signals Insights Platform can detect instances of brand infringement, including fake affiliation claims, social imposters and unverified social media handles. Build brand reputation proactively by identifying brand abuse, impersonation, rogue influencers and threats from employees. Protect your brand and combat issues before they cause any damage.

Chief Human Resources officer (CHRO)

Hiring the right talent to fit perfectly within an organisation has always been challenging. Moreover, with the sheer number of review sites and forums available online which rate an organisation, the human resources function would have to look towards social governance for developing and improving their organisation’s image in order to attract new talent.

Here’s how a CHRO can make use of KPMG’s Digital Signals Insights Platform:

  • Social media command centre: With a vast coverage of data sources across popular social media channels, press media, blogs and forums combined with advanced AI and NLP technology, the KPMG Digital Signals Insights Platform performs advanced analytics on the data available on digital media, highlights and reports the risks to the organisation in the form of insights, performs review on the brands’ social media presence which allows for a transformation of the organisation’s social media strategy.
  • Sensitive data leakage: Analyse the presence of sensitive documents and intellectual property such as code, interview questions and credentials on the internet and alternative channels.

Chief Compliance Officer (COO)

Ensuring that an organisation is compliant to all the industries’ rules and regulations is a tedious task, especially considering the ever changing dynamics of an industry.

Here’s how a COO can make the best use of the KPMG Digital Signals Insights Platform:

  • Sensitive data leakage: Analyse the presence of sensitive documents and intellectual property such as code, e-mail and credentials on the internet and alternate channels
  • Third-party supplier exposure: Assess the digital risks posed by your suppliers and detect instances of compliance breaches.

Chief Procurement Officer (CPO):

On time procurement of materials is a critical part of the supply chain. However, since the supply chain has evolved to include digital assets, the CPO should be vigilant to track and identify the associated risks.

KPMG’s Digital Signals Insights Platform can help CPOs in identifying the risks posed by the vendor across the digital supply chain.

Chief Risk Officer (CRO):

The rapid disruption in traditional business models and supply chains due to enhancements in technology, has led to an increased responsibility on the shoulders of the CRO.

Here’s how a CRO can stay proactive and mitigate any risk using KPMG’s Digital Signals Insights Platform:

  • Digital recon: Identify digital assets which are owned by the brand on the internet and understand the digital footprint from an asset, application, profiles and software perspective
  • Threat intel and cyber exposure: Obtain contextual threat intelligence to the brand regarding risks beyond your perimeters. Curate content regarding your brand and provide actionable intelligence
  • Third party supplier exposure: Assess the digital risks posed by vendors. Perform procurement, contract management and assess the financial health of vendors
  • Social media command centre: With a vast coverage of data sources across popular social media channels, press media, blogs and forums combined with advanced AI and NLP technology, KPMG’s Digital Signals Insights Platform performs advanced analytics on the data available on digital media, highlights and reports the risks to the organisation in the form of insights, performs audits on the brands’ social media presence, which allows for a transformation of the organisation’s social media strategy
  • Sensitive data leakage: Analyse the presence of sensitive documents and intellectual property such as code, email and credentials on the internet and alternative channels
  • Brand protection: With social media steadily emerging as a channel for building or destroying a brand’s image, reputational risk is becoming a top level topic of interest. The KPMG Digital Signals Insights Platform can detect instances of brand infringement, including fake affiliation claims, social imposters and unverified social media handles. Build brand reputation proactively by identifying brand abuse, impersonation, rogue influencers and threats from employees. Protect your brand and combat issues before they cause any damage
  • Dark web exposure: Detect and monitor mentions on dark web. Analyse mentions to identify emerging cyber security threats or compromise of sensitive personal information.

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