Cyber crime and your organisation

24 October 2016

Understanding your organisation’s threat landscape
As part of the PwC Fraud Academy in the South East, we bring you a series of short video briefings with the aim of helping businesses prevent, detect and investigate fraud and economic crime. The final video in our series is below, along with links to our two previous videos in case you have not had chance to watch these:

Cyber crime and your organisation

In a fast-moving, interconnected world, cyber risks are growing. In the 2016 PwC Global CEO survey, 75% of UK business leaders said cyber security is the third biggest risk recognising the reputational, financial and regulatory impacts of a cyber security breach on their business.

In the third in the series of Fraud academy briefings, PwC’s Steve Bewick, Director in Forensic Services, takes us through how cyber criminals are accessing corporate data and what businesses can do to protect themselves against the ongoing cyber threat.


About Steve Bewick

Steve is an experienced investigator and has led investigations into a wide range of issues including fraud, bribery and corruption, price fixing and accounting irregularities. He is proficient in a wide range of investigations techniques including email reviews, interviews, data analytics, reviewing payment mechanisms and the analysis of books and records.

Steve also has experience of a range of litigation and dispute related matters including quantifying loss of profits and breach of warranty claims and advising clients in relation to transactional and contract disputes.

Steven Bewick, Director
Mobile: 07725 706 095
Email: [email protected]

If you missed the first two videos please catch up here: