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.
Customers, employees, vendors, and other stakeholders want reasonable protection from companies to secure critical assets. They also expect well-established plans that will enable organizations to react quickly to a breach and minimize damages. Unfortunately, many companies view cybersecurity merely as a set of preventive technologies. They tend to deploy “one size fits all” solutions that fail to reflect their unique assets, organizational structure, and risk profile.
Companies should view cybersecurity as a key component of a comprehensive, enterprise risk-management program that includes:
- CFO/Board focus to provide governance and a strategy to prioritize and protect assets
- A solution tailored to unique business drivers, risk tolerance, and threat assessment
- Alignment of governance procedures, risk management oversight, and organizational awareness
- Technology infrastructure investment that addresses asset vulnerabilities and access management
CohnReznick provides defined, measurable results that help deliver growth and safeguard your assets from risk. We work with businesses to help understand new cybersecurity and privacy risks, identify cybersecurity capabilities gaps, and assess data-governance programs. CohnReznick goes further: We help you proactively and continuously monitor cyber-risks, identify and protect against malicious traffic, and quickly respond to incidents. We help design and instill a company-wide culture of risk and data privacy that is essential to create and sustain a culture of trust—an increasingly critical business capability.
Understand how your business connects with the systems, products, and services of other organizations. From a cybersecurity standpoint, you are vulnerable to minimally protected relationships.
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