Our comprehensive cyber security services not only help businesses to assess, build and manage their cyber security capabilities, but also enable them to respond to incidents and crises.
Cyber security threats today have become increasingly sophisticated and complex. Organisations, however, have not been able evolve at the same pace. As they move ahead and embrace new technologies without fully comprehending the implications these have on the entire enterprise, they are rendering themselves susceptible to an array of cyber security threats.
In the wake of increased incidents and heightened regulations, corporations and government agencies are struggling to safeguard their data and networks; a push that is catalysing the growth of cyber security solutions and technologies.
PwC India provides comprehensive cyber security services, which not only help businesses to assess, build and manage their cyber security capabilities, but also enable them to respond to incidents and crises.
India’s cyber security landscape is going through an interesting phase as businesses are keenly looking at innovative tools to protect themselves from cyber attacks and threats.
We believe that an understanding of the true essence and flavour of the draft of the Indian Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018, and the Srikrishna committee report requires one to invest time. We discuss our views and perspectives in this article.
The EU GDPR is designed to harmonise data privacy laws across Europe to protect and empower all EU citizens’ data privacy and to reshape the way organisations across the region approach data privacy.
For the Indian IT industry to continue to do business in Europe, it needs to comply with the GDPR. In the event of non-compliance on the part of Indian companies, the GDPR imposes a penalty of 20 million EUR or 4% of a company’s global turnover.
Partner and Leader, Cyber Security, PwC India
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