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The rising cyber risks in the energy sector 

This webcast describes how the latest trends and issues in cyber security could impact your business's critical information and processes.

Over the past few years considerations on cyber security have been dramatically changing and evolving - in terms of adopted technology, attack vectors, risk exposures and privacy concerns.


In this webcast you can learn more about:


  • Updates on the complexity of cyber threats and how the energy sector is reacting to the changing landscape.
  • Organizational assurance maturity. Answering the board's question of "Are we ready for these new cyber threats?”
  • Privacy considerations - new regulatory impacts for the sector in Asia Pacific.
  • Case studies on energy companies mitigating against cyber security threats – Oil & Gas and Power & Utilities sectors.

Organizations are increasingly vulnerable as a result of technological advances and changing working practices, including remote access, big data, cloud computing, services-on-demand and mobile technology.


Highly publicized data breaches of company and personal information continue to capture headlines and have now reached boardroom agendas. Due to increasing legislative, organizational and regulatory requirements, businesses need to show that they are managing and protecting information appropriately.


 

 



Dani Michaux

Dani Michaux

Executive Director, KPMG in Malaysia

+ 60377213388

Michael McGowan

Michael McGowan

Principal Advisor, KPMG in Singapore

+ 6565071690

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Rajnish Kapur

Rajnish Kapur

Director, KPMG in Singapore

+ 6565071973

Angela Pak

Angela Pak

Associate Director, KPMG in Australia

+ 61 8 9263 7202

Tim Rockell

Tim Rockell

Director, KPMG Global Energy Institute, Asia Pacific

+65 6507 1998