TIAS Professor Fijneman contributes to improving cybersecurity
April 22, 2015 | 1 min read
KPMG is partnering with Microsoft and Shell to combine knowledge and experience in order to develop a fundamentally different approach to cybersecurity. Rob Fijneman, TIAS professor of IT Auditing and Head of Advisory and member of the Board of Directors of KPMG, is closely involved in this initiative.
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Fijneman: "We are facing a difficult task. Society in general and companies in particular should be given more control over the phenomenon of cybercrime. Companies are left behind when it comes to cybersecurity and that needs to change. Together with Microsoft and Shell, KPMG is starting a research into the possibility of a model-based approach to this highly topical issue. We consider it important that companies share knowledge and collaborate purposefully on improving the management of knowledge of online threats and incidents. This way, cybersecurity can become an integral part of the Risk Management Framework of companies, which it is not the case now."
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