The race is on. Digital transformation is changing the face of businesses at an unprecedented pace. After decades of under-investment in cybersecurity, businesses are trying to catch-up, facing new threats while anticipating potential security breaches. Meanwhile, cyber criminals have gained ground, forcing authorities to introduce new legislation.

Winning at digital transformation means defining a clear cybersecurity strategy at board level, then executing it with help from relevant business teams and IT departments. Time has come to value digital trust as a strategic asset to win the digital transformation race.

Discover the key ideas and stakes driving our engagements in cybersecurity and digital trust:

  • Cybersecurity strategy: risk assessment and crisis management
  • Safe Digital Transformation: big data, cloud, Internet of things & industry 4.0
  • Digital compliance: privacy, critical infrastructure and sector regulations
  • Digital identity, fraud and trust services

Among all cybersecurity offers, discover in details:


Hong Kongcybersecurity program banking industry

Hong Kong launches a major cybersecurity program for its banking industry

At the end of June 2016, while SWIFT was disclosing substantial losses due to cyber-attacks, the authorities of Hong Kong were announcing new regulations for the financial institutions.

Cybersecurity and the NIS directive: the European Union faces a challenge of consistency

EU member states must grapple with a new duty of consistency and cooperation. How can Europe best strengthen its cybersecurity?

Identity Access Governance

Identity and Access Governance: finally providing identity management eyes and ears on the ground?

Successfully addressing IAM can bring many benefits but its implementation often faces many challenges. Could Identity and Access Governance (IAG) provide the answer and assure the success of IAM projects?

Blockchain: finding the right balance between risk and innovation

This RiskInsight letter aims to interpret the evolutions concerning Blockchain and their function, to explain the risks and the documented attacks to allow you to find the right balance between risk and innovation.

eIDAS Heading towards a digitally trustworthy Europe

eIDAS – Heading towards a digitally trustworthy Europe

The aim of the new legislation concerning eIDAS is to “build trust in the on-line environment” by delivering a comprehensive cross-border and cross-sector framework for secure, trustworthy and easy-to-use electronic transactions between citizens, businesses and public authorities.

The Internet of Things: the 4 security dimensions of smart devices

Like all major technological revolutions, digital transformation is spreading over many areas: home automation , physical security, mobility, healthcare…

Cyber-resilience: bend without breaking

Bend without breaking» this is often how resilience is presented. How does this concept apply to cyberthreats?

Targeted cyberattacks: the need to rethink crisis management

Cybercrime is on the increase, the number of attacks is growing . All types of companies and organisations (including government…

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