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Ransomware attack risks

Ransomware attacks and the potential threat to your company

Beth A. McKenney

Beth A. McKenney

Principal, Technology Risk Management, KPMG LLP

+1 313 230 3406

Richard Knight

Richard Knight

Principal, Technology Risk Management, KPMG US

+1 703-286-8393

Edward Mccaffrey

Edward Mccaffrey

Director, Technology Risk Management, KPMG US

+1 347-582-8835

Ed Goings

Ed Goings

Principal, Cyber Security, KPMG US

+1 312-665-2551

Organizations of all sizes and across industries continue to be challenged with managing the risk and impacts of ransomware attacks. Developing a methodical approach to strategize, plan, identify, research, resolve, recover, report, and prevent ransomware attacks is critical to effectively mitigate the inherent risks and impacts posed by ransomware. One of the greatest challenges ransomware attacks present is the breadth of possible attackers and attack vectors.

In our new point of view article, Technology Risk Management professionals discuss ransomware risks and how organizations can plan against, prevent, and respond to ransomware attacks that may be a threat to their business.

Click here to read the new article.

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KPMG has highly trained Technology Risk Management and Cyber professionals that support first, second, and third line technology risk functions with vast experience in working with organizations to improve their ransomware resiliency plans, helping assessing and recommending preventive and detective controls to combat ransomware risks, and assisting in conducting table top exercises to help ensure preparedness for an attack.

We hope this article provides you with insights. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you would like to discuss more about how we can work together to help your organization build a strategic plan against ransomware threats.