Companies are undergoing digital transformation at a rapid pace in an effort to modernise and improve the speed and efficiency of their operations. This is causing a rise in the cybersecurity and data privacy risks they face thus making it more challenging to build digital trust. Mainland Chinese firms are no exception.
PwC’s 2019 Digital Trust Insights China Report assesses what Mainland Chinese businesses are doing to build digital trust and the role of their cyber teams in accomplishing this. It also offers recommendations on enhancing competitiveness by pursuing business-driven cybersecurity.
Learn about the latest insights from the key findings below.
Follow a risk-based approach and standard framework to strengthen their ‘Identify’ function
Ensure the alignment of cybersecurity strategy with business imperatives
Use automation and emerging technologies to improve cybersecurity capabilities
Set up a governance programme to comply with external regulatory requirements
Tackle cybersecurity as a business issue rather than an IT issue
Respond and improve in an agile way