CohnReznick takes a strategic approach in protecting your data assets, intellectual property, and brand reputation. By combining established best in class risk management approaches with the latest cybersecurity technologies, we assess cyber risks, conduct threat analysis and breach detection, develop cost-effective security architectures and governance procedures and, should a breach occur, respond quickly to mitigate damages.
With data becoming the new cyber currency and data-gathering activities accelerating, companies are expected to demonstrate a commitment to accountability, lawfulness, transparency, and data protection. The rising tide of regulatory compliance and expansion of data across the extended enterprise requires organizations to re-engineer their business practices, redesign their data privacy policies and practices, and rearchitect their applications and backend infrastructure.
Insight6 internal audit areas of focus for 2020George GallingerIn 2020, set resolutions to prioritize internal audit, build out your business plans, and support your long-term objectives. Click to get started.
InsightHow federal agencies can avoid 5 common cyber risksBhavesh Vadhani, Bill Hughes, Deborah NitkaStrong strategies, assessments, trainings, and other measures can help protect government agencies from cyber threats. Here’s where to start.
InsightNot concerned about the CCPA? If you receive Personal Information from California businesses, you probably should be.Alison BirdAs the Jan. 1 effective date of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) gets closer, don’t make the potentially costly mistake of assuming it doesn’t apply to you. Though the CCPA directly covers entities that collect Personal Information from California consumers, those entities must pass certain CCPA requirements through to their “service providers.” A failure to be prepared for those requirements could put you at a serious competitive disadvantage.