Securing the new normal
Securing the new normal
A KPMG hosted webinar to discuss how to leverage digital transformation investment to enhance cyber resilience.
COVID-19 drastically increased the urgency to adopt digital technologies for routine business operations. Many organisations are now leveraging the power of cloud computing, mobile and social applications to become more “efficient” than ever before.
Cyber security is inseparable from the enterprise journey towards digital transformation. Our specialist teams at KPMG are assisting clients to adopt modern technologies with confidence by embedding cyber risks along the way.
Join us for this exciting online session on how to leverage digital transformation investment to enhance cyber resilience.
- Powered Cyber - Identity Governance
Rahul Tendulkar - Senior Manager, Cyber Security at KPMG in the UK
A faster, smarter way to help achieve identity and access management (IAM) transformation goals in the cloud through the power of SailPoint IdentityNow.
- KPMG & MS Alliance Capability
Vikram Singh - Director, Cyber Transformation at KPMG India
Blending KPMG’s business risk focused Cyber Security experience & Program Management Capabilities with Product Expertise of Microsoft.
|Time:||11:00 - 12:00 SAST
|Date:||Tuesday, 29 September 2020|
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