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Cybersecurity: The value of data

Personal data is valuable on the ‘black market’ but is also sold legitimately. Obtaining data such as contact details and personal details helps companies market their products to the right people.
20 March 2019

RSM posts record revenues as consulting services power growth

RSM has reported record global revenues of $5.37 billion for 2018
28 January 2019

Re-imagining business models for GDPR and a data-driven age

A blog by Jean Stephens, CEO. 2018 has been an eye-opener when it comes to protecting customer data. From middle market businesses to large corporations, cybersecurity and simple human error pose an increasing risk. With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) having come into effect last month, how can middle market businesses and fast-growing companies use this change to benefit them?
4 June 2018

Reinventing business models in a digital world

Despite the rapid rise and dominance of digital businesses across the world, research shows that the middle market does not see digital transformation as a strategic priority. This oversight not only puts their business at risk through loss of market share, but also at risk of business failure if nimbler and more advanced competitors harness digital transformation to seize their market share altogether.
26 February 2018

Transatlantic data flows: data privacy and the global digital economy

North America and Europe generate approximately 75 per cent of digital content for Internet users worldwide.  Amid weak GDP growth worldwide and flattening of traditional foreign trade and investment, international digital exchanges are rapidly growing.  The challenge is how governance structures can be formed that reconcile 'public welfare' and 'individual privacy'.
16 January 2018

How damaging is the KRACK Wi-Fi attack?

How damaging is the KRACK Wi-Fi attack and can it simply be patched with software updates? RSM’s Cyber expert, Michael Shatter (National Director, Security and Privacy Risk Services) catches up with Daimon Geopfert, National Leader of Security and Privacy (RSM US) to discuss the issue further. 
3 November 2017

KRACK Wi-Fi exploit highlights core vulnerabilities of the internet

Mind the KRACK - How the KRACK Wi-Fi exploit highlights the core vulnerabilities of the internet. KRACK (Key Reinstallation AttaCK) is a severe replay attack on the Wi-Fi Protected Access protocol that secures Wi-Fi connections and targets the third step in a four-
3 November 2017

When it comes to cyber, 'underinsured' means 'underprepared'

A blog by Michael Shatter, Director of Risk Assurance Services, RSM Australia. Throughout the evolution of cyber insurance one thing has become clear; defence barriers can never be fully impenetrable and therefore, you are never fully protected. This is what makes insurance the back bone of cyber protection. Organisations of all sizes need to invest in security procedures and tools to make the business as resilient as possible. 'Underinsured' means 'underprepared'. 
13 July 2017

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How can we help?

As hackers become more advanced and expand their reach and methods, the middle market must increase its focus on cyber security. Just one incident can have significant financial reputational and regulatory consequences.

Contact RSM to see how you can reduce the likelihood of a breach, improve detection, respond to incidents, and begin recovery as soon as possible.

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