Across the world, both the number of cyber-attacks and the desire of companies to defend themselves against them have increased exponentially. To this end, we offer a variety of services ranging from mapping cyber security vulnerabilities and highlighting problem areas, risk analysis, developing a cyber security roadmap and consulting, to eliminating deficiencies and providing training.
We are able to provide insights into complex IT choices for our clients and involve high-level IT experts, auditors and analysts in our projects.
Planning and management of information security, implementation of cyber security measures and ensuring business continuity form the backbone of our cyber security services, which are suitable for every company, regardless of size and area of activity.
We offer comprehensive solutions, which create added value for businesses and ensure their sustainable development.
KPMG Estonia’s Cyber team comprises 30 experts who have worked in the areas of cyber security and IT auditing for a long time and have extensive international experience in consulting.
KPMG Estonia’s specialists in cyber security and IT audit services have been educated at prestigious training and education facilities of NATO and universities in Europe and North America.
Our professionals hold a wide range of internationally recognised certifications: GPEN, GMOB, GWAPT, GCCC, GSEC, GCFA, GXPN, GCPN, CISA, CGEIT, CRISC, CISM, CISSP, SSCP, OSEP, OSCP, CRTE OSWP, Security+, Network+, Server+, A+, Linux+, CCNA, CEH, CRTO, eWPT, eWPTX, eCPPT, NATO Cyber Security Professional, ISO 27001 Lead Auditor, ISO 22301 Lead Auditor, ISO 9001 Lead Auditor, CIPP, CCE, Microsoft Azure Security Technologies.
In addition to the experience of our Estonian team, we also rely on KPMG’s internal experience and solutions developed in other cyber development centres of KPMG member firms, and more broadly, we rely on the experience of all 200,000 KPMG professionals from a total of 154 different countries.
As we carry out IT audits, IT risk analyses and technical security testing on a daily basis, we get to see businesses closely, and the picture that opens up is not very encouraging: we can say that only about 5% of companies are doing very well in cyber security.
However, it is extremely important for a business to eliminate any unexpected and unwelcome surprises in information security before they become a threat to the organisation. I recommend taking a critical look and mapping the current situation in your company. Investing in the development of digital channels and cyber security should be a priority.
Head of Cyber Security
Provide a safe and sustainable business environment for your company. We help build a resilient and reliable digital landscape, even in the face of changing threats.
HR assessment focuses on mapping the skills and increasing the competencies of the weakest link in cyber security: the users, the employees.
Threat assessment is a tactical and technical service that allows a company to get a quick overview of external threats.
Maturity assessment helps plan IT investments and design further steps to mitigate vulnerabilities and ensure better security.