WHITEPAPER

A PRAGMATIC APPROACH TO ENHANCING CYBER SECURITY

Cyber crime is big business. Even the smallest, most innocent-looking attack can cause major damage to your company’s reputation, its productivity, its IT systems, etc. Don’t kid yourself: every company or organisation (from multinational to government service), large or small, will be a victim someday. Nobody can rule out an incident. Not even us. Being prepared, ready to limit the damage: that’s the message.

In our white paper entitled “A pragmatic approach to enhancing cyber security”, we explain what a company has to do in order to deal with the main cyber risks it faces and show a pragmatic roadmap in order to achieve better cyber security.

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IN THIS WHITEPAPER

By downloading and reading this whitepaper, you’ll receive answers to the following questions.

01.Impact

What can be the impact of a cyber attack on my company?

03.Measures

What measures do we need to take and with what priorities should we best approach them?

02.Cyber Attacks

What are the most common types of cyber attacks and which vulnerabilities are exploited?

04.Our Services

How can the BDO cyber services be of assistance?

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MEET OUR EXPERTS

STEVEN CAUWENBERGHS
Cyber Security Partner
Audit & Assurance Services
  • Brussels Airport
  • +32 497 05 12 23
  • steven.cauwenberghs@bdo.be
FRANCIS OOSTVOGELS
Cyber Security Manager
Audit & Assurance Services
  • Antwerpen
  • +32 474 92 08 00
  • francis.oostvogels@bdo.be
NICK HUYSMANS
Cyber Security Specialist
Audit & Assurance Services
  • Antwerpen
  • +32 486 31 90 45
  • nick.huysmans@bdo.be
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Being prepared, ready to limit the damage: that’s the message.

Most of the companies are sufficiently aware of the cyber risks they face. However, they do not take enough concrete measures in order to limit them. Which actions do I have to take to be sufficiently protected?