2022 KPMG U.S. Technology Survey Report
Tech maturity leaps forward as enterprises navigate uncertainty
As cyber threats grow in volume and complexity, the loss of intellectual property, customer data, and other sensitive information can put your entire organization at risk.
Not only can it result in disruption of business operations, but it can also cause severe financial and reputational damage and affect product integrity, customer experience, investor confidence, regulatory compliance and more.
The KPMG Cyber Security Response Services team can assist you with detecting, responding to and recovering from cyber breaches by providing immediate response services. Our professionals have experience in investigations, digital forensics, and recovery, which can help your organization secure evidence, understand what happened, mitigate risks and support internal, legal and law enforcement inquiries.
At KPMG, we help leading organizations worldwide effectively manage and protect their most valuable data across a broad spectrum of evolving threats and scenarios. We approach cyber security, not as a one-time project, but rather a holistic, adaptive strategy aligned to your business goals, focused on delivering long-term value for your business. So you can protect your future and expand possibilities.
For more information, please contact the KPMG Cyber 24/7 Hotline at (855) 444-0087.
KPMG has been ranked number one by clients for the quality of member firms’ security services in Source Global Research’s latest report, Perceptions of Risk Firms in 2021. KPMG received the highest score of the 16 vendors evaluated in this category—a high achievement determined by clients and prospects alone.
KPMG has been named a global leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Incident Readiness Services 2021 Vendor Assessment report. The report notes that KPMG takes a comprehensive approach to cyber incidents through its integrated cyber practice, which provides a range of incident readiness and response services, direction on cyber insurance and exercises for clients to train and test their response capabilities. KPMG is also recognized for being the ‘leader’ in global incident readiness capabilities.
Based on its analysis of 14 organizations that offer incident readiness services across the globe, the IDC MarketScape report states that, “firms of all sizes that desire to work with a global incident readiness provider with strong digital forensic capabilities should consider KPMG.”
*KPMG refers to the global organization or to one or more of the member firms of KPMG International Limited (“KPMG International”), each of which is a separate legal entity. KPMG International Limited is a private English company limited by guarantee and does not provide services to clients.