Source: RSM US LLP. PBMares is a member of RSM US Alliance.
ARTICLE | December 07, 2022
Cybersecurity has been a consistent concern for businesses and boards of directors, although the specific threats are constantly in flux. Organizations encounter a roller coaster of risks, from lingering threats related to the COVID-19 pandemic to geopolitical conflicts and economic uncertainty underscored by the war in Ukraine. As is often the case, bad actors in cyberspace could come from a variety of angles on any given day.
Breaches at large entities have grabbed many of the headlines over the past year. Those incidents continue to prove that no organization is immune to a breach, even larger enterprises that inherently have more resources to implement advanced controls and are generally now doing a better job in fortifying their environments.
How are cybersecurity measures evolving along with threats? What steps can boards of directors take to protect their organization?
RSM examines those questions and more with this collection of insights.
This article was written by RSM US LLP and originally appeared on Dec 07, 2022.
2022 RSM US LLP. All rights reserved.
RSM US Alliance provides its members with access to resources of RSM US LLP. RSM US Alliance member firms are separate and independent businesses and legal entities that are responsible for their own acts and omissions, and each are separate and independent from RSM US LLP. RSM US LLP is the U.S. member firm of RSM International, a global network of independent audit, tax, and consulting firms. Members of RSM US Alliance have access to RSM International resources through RSM US LLP but are not member firms of RSM International. Visit rsmus.com/aboutus for more information regarding RSM US LLP and RSM International. The RSM(tm) brandmark is used under license by RSM US LLP. RSM US Alliance products and services are proprietary to RSM US LLP.