Cyber Security (Cyber KARE) by KPMG
[dropcap color=”#008040″ boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”8px” class=”” id=””]A[/dropcap] company statement said here on Friday that KPMG in India has launched a tool called ‘Cyber KARE’ which is aimed at empowering senior management to self assess cyber threats and gauge current level of preparedness to combat it.
Malcolm Marshall- partner and global head, cybersecurity, KPMG said, “Paying more attention to cyber risk has been started by the boards of large organizations, but there is much more they can do.
He added, “In areas such as new product and service development, and mergers and acquisitions the organisations need to make sure that they have the right skills and knowledge and treat it as a broader business risk that impacts the organization beyond IT.
“With respect to cyber risk exposure and cyber security preparedness “Cyber KARE toolkit which was designed for the assessment to be performed by senior management and provides a quantitative output depicting organisation’s current positioning.
The survey highlights that 64 percent of the financial gain attacks are targeted to directors and senior management. Organisations in India which are subject to cyber security attacks are 72 percent and in which 65 percent attackers were driven to make financial gains which was stated by KPMG in India Cyber Crime Survey 2015.
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