RSM Global

Risk advisory

Protect yourself against business threats.

We specialise in managing risk. To enhance the value that you deliver to your stakeholders, we can assist you in protecting your business and its success.

We understand the threats that your business may face. From the global banking crisis to the rise of cybercrime, recent history demonstrates the importance of identifying threats, and the appropriate response, at an early stage.

As a result, we are active, not reactive, and provide support and guidance as your systems and processes develop. Our expertise and knowledge ensure we remain at the forefront of implementing new approaches to managing risk.

 

RSM helps NGO re-establish financial control

RSM was engaged by a Department for International Development to provide forensic audit and system security audit services support to the corresponding national audit office (NAO) following the discovery that over 500 lines of accounting entries had been deleted from the financial system. 

RSM improves bank’s internal audit function

RSM was hired by the client to work alongside the internal audit manager of a bank, assisting with risk assessment, audit planning and a co-sourced execution of the annual internal audit plan under the oversight of the Bank’s audit committee.  

Cyber risks: How middle market businesses can protect themselves and their customers

Middle market businesses are often at risk of the same scams and cyber attacks that affect individuals, and should take steps to protect themselves. The cost of a security breach can be huge, not to mention the reputational damage a high-profile breach can cause.

Manufacturers pay a steep price for data vulnerability

When it comes to information technology security, no company or industry is immune to unauthorised access to its data. Yet when it comes to their own companies, many manufacturers feel it unlikely that their data will be a target of any breach attempts. 

Cyber crime: protect, detect, respond

Instances of Internet fraud and other data related crimes have been increasing dramatically and becoming progressively sophisticated. Cyber-attacks on organisations via security loopholes and un-patched servers have increased over 80 percent in the last two years as intruders look for industry or identity data theft.

Defining cyber risk. A view from an Australian director’s chair

Every organisation and every business is now reliant on technology. Therefore cyber security cannot be considered a risk in isolation or something IT ‘will deal with’, it must be considered a business risk and the board must be aware of, and actively pursuing, cyber risks. It also must be understood that cyber threats aren’t a discrete problem to be solved, rather, they’re a complex risk that need to be managed.

Cyber security and the private club industry

No technology topic is hotter in the private club industry than cyber security. Articles, conference and chapter meeting education sessions, vendor presentations–all are addressing the topic from a variety of angles. The purpose of this article is to lay out the four elements of cyber security that should concern your club. 

Top 5 IT budget considerations for financial institutions

The current atmosphere is challenging for financial institutions, as increasing regulatory demands and the rising costs of doing business are making profitability more difficult. As your institution begins the budgeting process, your IT framework will likely come under scrutiny, as properly leveraging technology can help you become more efficient while providing necessary security measures.

Cyber risk in the leisure and hospitality sector

Cyber crimes are growing on a global scale and the leisure and hospitality sector is not immune to this. There are particular, and very real threats to consider. Large customer databases and high transaction volumes present across the sector make data particularly attractive to criminals.

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