Archive: cybersecurity

OT security and safety in life sciences

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Until recently, relatively few life science companies have considered the potential risk of cyber attacks on their production and manufacturing environments. Yet there are serious vulnerabilities from, for example, the use of legacy operating systems. Organizations need to act now to protect themselves and gain competitive advantage in their market. ... Read more.

publication date: 2017-09

Cybersecurity in higher education: a new landscape

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EY Performance-Cybersecurity in higher education: a new landscape

The particular nature of higher education institutions means they are far more prone to cyber attacks. Read more.

Publication date: 2016-08

Plan your identity and access management strategy

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EY Performance-Plan your identity and access management strategy

In a fast-changing global market, increasingly complex compliance and security requirements are putting companies and their management under more pressure than ever. Read more.

Publication date: 2016-05

IoT and the new global information security need

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EY Performance-IoT and the new global information security need

EY’s Global Information Security Survey 2015 reveals that cyber attackers are finding new ways to exploit digitization and the increasing connectivity of businesses. Read more.

Publication date: 2016-02

The CFO and CIO: managing cybersecurity together

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EY Performance-The CFO and CIO: managing cybersecurity together

Cyber threats are increasing in sophistication. Breaches can cause multimillion dollar and severe reputational damage. Our global survey of CFOs finds that while most recognize that robust cybersecurity is fundamental to protecting shareholder value, a lack of understanding of IT issues can prevent CFOs from creating a mature cybersecurity capability. ... Read more.

Publication date: 2015-07

Cybersecurity and the connected car

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Cybersecurity and the connected car

We still refer to our mobiles as “phones” even though making phone calls is the very least of their functions. In the same way, we are likely to continue calling connected vehicles “cars,” even though driving as we understand it today will soon be eclipsed by a myriad other capabilities. ... Read more.

Publication date: 2015-07

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