Businesses operate in an increasingly sophisticated and complex technological environment. With new security challenges constantly arising, it's making it harder to protect valuable intellectual property and business information in digital form against theft and misuse. Mazars’ experts help organisations assess their cyber risk and develop and strengthen their cyber security and resilience.
Seemingly every day we hear about a new cyber breach – no industry is immune. Cyber attacks have far reaching economic consequences for organisations beyond just the financial, reputational and legal ramifications. As these breaches continue, cyber security has become one of the largest concerns for a wide range of company stakeholders including boards, investors and customers.
Mazars’ cyber security framework ensures continuous support on the wide-scale challenges that companies face in an ever evolving environment.
We offer a range of services designed to help businesses protect themselves from the threat of both external and internal attacks, including:
- Cyber security awareness training for the board and audit committee
- Cyber risk assessment and programme review
- Cyber breach readiness assessment
- Cyber resiliency and business continuity
- Cloud adoption assessment and support
- Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus readiness and certification
- Vulnerability assessments and penetration testing
- Data privacy and protection
Our experts can discuss your current situation and cyber security objectives with you. To find a local contact, please see our list of cyber security experts.
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Mazars | Europrivacy ™
Mazars has partnered with Europrivacy to provide clients with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance certifications authorised by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB). These certifications position companies as front-runners in data protection with a strong competitive advantage on the market.
Coming into force on 9 November 2018, the directive on security of network and information systems (NIS Directive) signaled a first step in the European Union to implement legal measures to enhance cyber security across the EU and to protect the digital economy and society against the increasingly negative effects of cyberattacks and other cyber incidents. The purpose of the directive is also to promote the cooperation between the Member States in managing the risks related to the increasing digitalization.