In the face of global economic slowdown, how could this impact the behaviour and associated risks of cyber threat actors in this environment of increased financial tension?
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a collaboration between government and private industry to raise awareness about best practices in cyber and digital security highlighting the growing threats organisations face.
The digital technology organisations rely on for critical business processes and success continues to grow and diversify year on year. This change goes hand in hand with the frequency and severity of the cyber threats your organisation faces. From government regulation to business operations and personal best practices, the responsibility lies with everyone to build secure, resilient organisations in a time of constant digital change.
Following are key insights from our global Cyber and Digital team to help you navigate this landscape.
Understanding how real-world events can impact an organisation’s risk profile is fundamental to building an organisation that is prepared to face the next significant trigger of change in the cyber threat landscape.
Cyber incidents are accelerating, requiring greater involvement from legal counsel and other groups to ensure proper compliance and protection today. Is your organisation prepared for a ransomware attack and how to respond?
Visit our Cyber resource hub to learn more about how we can work with you to prioritise the security, integrity and resilience of your people, information and systems, to fully realise the benefits of digitalisation.
Included in the resource hub are downloadable PDF documents for a deep dive into each of our Cyber and Digital services covering:
- Our overall Cyber and Digital services
- Threat Intelligence
- Cyber Protect
- Cyber Response
As China's technology and cyber regulatory framework continues to develop and mature, new requirements for cyber security, information security and, in some cases, specific requirements for products sold in China, are being introduced. As these regulations are intended to help China manage strategic technology risks, they are a priority for China’s policymakers.
Join Control Risks' James Owen for a conversation with in-house expert Jay Perera and Partner and co-leader of Ropes & Gray’s data, privacy and cybersecurity practice, Ed McNicholas, for a conversation about the evolving challenges posed by ransomware to risk and compliance teams.
Stina Connor and Jim Fitzsimmons join Nic Reys to discuss the key regional divergences around data privacy, how politics and national security agendas are driving regulations.
Control Risks experts discuss been drastic changes to the Cyber threat landscape, including a sharp increase in ransomware attacks since the start of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.