Cybersecurity & Privacy
The world is faster, and more connected, than ever before: that pace and those networks just keep growing.
As individuals, businesses and societies we are now linked in ways that would have been unimaginable just a couple of decades ago, and through these links we are sharing huge amounts of information.
We are living in a knowledge economy where information has become incredibly valuable, whether that is commercial information that would enable a competitor to overtake us in the market, or personal data that is exchanged and exploited by criminals for financial gain.
If you recognise the value of information, then it’s time to take cyber security seriously.
Whether your company is launching a new product, embarking on a transaction, integrating new technology, or facing industry disruption, risk is ever-present. The upside? Risk presents companies with an opportunity to not only protect, but also to create, value. Jagasia Consulting Group helps organizations turn critical and complex business issues into opportunities for growth, resilience, and long-term advantage.
Cyber Security Market Forecast
- Cybersecurity Market Size ($ billions)
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US Business Impact of Security Incidents
Cybersecurity - A new business priority.
Information security probably isn’t something that gets a lot of executive attention. It’s the CIO’s job or the responsibility of his lieutenants. Yet every so often when scanning the headlines, news about the latest high-profile cyber-attacks elevates your blood pressure as you wonder: Could that happen to us? What would be the impact on our business? How would we respond to customers and shareholders?
Follow the leaders
Leading companies today are rethinking the role of information security in their organizations. They realize that in a digital world, cybersecurity is the key to safeguarding their most precious assets—intellectual property, customer information, financial data, and employee records, among others. But far more than a defensive measure, companies also know that cybersecurity can better position their organization with business partners, customers, investors, and other stakeholders.
Additionally, a sustained approach to security enables companies to better take advantage of newer technologies—mobile, social media, and cloud—that are driving business growth for many organizations. Company executives are leading the charge, working across the business to assess the current environment, define their most sensitive data, assign accountability, devise a strategy, and measure their progress. With strong leadership and a comprehensive approach that continually links information security back to business strategy, top managers will better position their organizations for success.