Cyber security threats are a new business reality. As cyber threats grow in volume and complexity, the loss of intellectual property, customer data and other sensitive information can put your entire organisation at risk.
Not only can it result in disruption of business operations, but it can also cause severe financial and reputational damage and affect product integrity, customer experience, investor confidence, regulatory compliance and more.
KPMG In Malta’s cyber security practice can assist you with detecting, responding to and recovering from cyber breaches by providing immediate response services. Our professionals have experience in investigations, digital forensics and recovery, which can help your organisation secure evidence, understand what happened, mitigate risks and support internal, legal and law enforcement inquiries.
At KPMG in Malta, we help leading organisations effectively manage and protect their most valuable data across a broad spectrum of evolving threats and scenarios. We approach cyber security, not as a one-time project, but rather a holistic, adaptive strategy aligned to your business goals, focused on delivering long-term value for your business.
Incident response readiness and planning (Simulation, tabletop exercises, playbooks, training and awareness): Organisations today are aware that cybersecurity breaches are inevitable, and they have no options but to prepare themselves to respond to attacks appropriately. KPMG in Malta’s Cyber Response team can proactively assist clients to improve incident readiness and response capabilities. So, in the event a security incident does occur, the organisation is well-prepared to respond in a timely and effective manner. Our professionals harness their experiences responding to incidents into maturing your organisation’s incident response plans.
Cyber incident investigations and remediation (Retainership, on-call services): KPMG in Malta’s Cyber Response team helps clients efficiently respond and manage cyber incidents. After a breach occurs, companies need to collect breach-related data to secure evidence and support legal and law enforcement investigations. To that end, we conduct forensic analysis and detailed investigations to determine what happened, how it happened, and, if applicable, who was involved. We work with client to support in rapid analysis, containment, eradication of incident and in recovery strategy. We follow local regulatory and compliance requirements while conducting cyber forensic procedures.
Threat intelligence collection: The most mature organisations anticipate cyber threats and attacks to help minimize potential impact, rather than merely planning to respond to the event. Matching our industry experience with our technical skills, We work closely with clients to both execute cyber threat intelligence-augmented professional services engagements and to design and implement cyber threat intelligence functions in order to help our clients understand who the threats are, how they conduct attacks, and what they are after. KPMG in Malta helps to develop programme which will set requirement, collect, analyse, evaluate and share cyber threat intelligence.
Data breach remediation: KPMG in Malta’s Data identification and remediation service offering leverages technology to provide secure management of critical and confidential data. Our professionals index data throughout our clients’ enterprises, identifying redundant, obsolete, and trivial data (ROT) for remediation while at the same time helping to secure the business-critical data, safeguarding it from loss and making it available for use in the business decision-making process.
Technology offers opportunities to rebuild your business around the customer to create a truly connected and highly profitable enterprise.
Technology offers opportunities to rebuild your business around the customer.
IT Advisory Lead, Digital Solutions
KPMG in Malta