Businesses and government organizations are increasing their investments and spending on cybersecurity year after year. This can be confirmed by the fact that up to 14% of CEOs in India, compared to 12% globally, viewed cybersecurity risk as one of the biggest risks to growth today, according to the 2021 India report. KPMG CEO Outlook Report – Towards a digital approach and goal-oriented recovery.
With this alliance, KPMG and Forcepoint aim to help companies identify and locate critical information within the company (based on processes coupled with electronic discovery mechanisms); Develop various policies and processes, including classification to protect sensitive data; Phased-in, tiered approach (enables quick wins) to focus on protecting critical information that impacts business operations; Competent team with extensive experience working with different information protection technologies.
“By combining KPMG’s rich experience in cybersecurity in India with Forcepoint’s unique vision of Data-first SASE (Secure Access Service Edge), which provides customers with a way to advance their journey to the cloud at their own pace , we can help our customers with the business speed and agility they need to operate in today’s digital environment, ”said Atul Gupta, Cybersecurity Manager at KPMG India.