Organizations today are juggling risks related to compliance, environmental issues, third parties, and more. For companies in all industries, digital risk is one of the most challenging to address. Ransomware has become a significant concern in recent years, with increasing frequency.
For example, in May 2017 the WannaCry attack affected companies worldwide and dramatically increased the visibility of ransomware among corporate leaders. Experts suggest that losses from the WannaCry incident could reach $4 billion USD1. Through comprehensive digital risk management, your company can position itself to achieve business excellence, support growth, and create trust among customers and other key stakeholders.
One important component of this approach is leveraging the controls that you already have in place, such as ISO/IEC 27002:2013 Information technology—Security techniques—Code of practice for information security controls.
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