PwC news stories - Page 3
Mass adoption of cloud and rise of digital business blurring traditional cyber security
“As a result, New Zealand companies are struggling to respond to the added complexity.”
Could the FinTech revolution lead to more collaboration?
Today, the payments sector is one of the most digitally disrupted in the world. Transactions are made through third-party apps.
Tech-hungry businesses need to find their inner child
is enough innovation coming out of our big companies? The world loves emerging technologies, but have businesses lost their sense of play?
Kiwi insurance firm builds cybercrime fighting army
“Businesses need to be clear that cyber security is not just about IT triage."
Cyber crime rife around the globe, Australia 'top hotspot'
"The message is clear: the burden of preventing, protecting and responding to economic crime rests firmly with organisations themselves."
Palo Alto and PwC team up to bring better security to businesses
"The collaboration between Palo Alto Networks and PwC brings together a powerful combination of next-generation security technology.”
NZ Govt: Cyber security belongs in the boardroom, not the IT department
"This isn’t an issue that directors can ignore," says Amy Adams.
PwC brings together local cloud providers to create open platform
“There’s a phenomenal amount of innovation happening in the cloud environment - having an open platform brings best of breed solutions to clients."
Technology and social media biggest concern for NZ banks
“It’s not surprising that for NZ banks these technology-related risks have risen to the top, with social media’s power to damage reputations."
NZ’s smaller regions represent huge opportunity
New Zealand's smaller regions have the opportunity to become more developed hotbeds of activity, according to a new report from PwC.
PwC offers up Melbourne Cup analytics
Feel the need for some horsing around today? Want some techie tips for the Melbourne Cup, or perhaps to know your ‘horsey name’? PwC has the answers.
The state of information security: Kiwi businesses not confident
NZ organisations trust their suppliers and believe that they will simply do the right thing despite the absence of security obligations in contracts.
Digital investments driving strong revenue growth
A growing number of organisations are investing in digital technologies, and particular behaviours surrounding these investments are driving success.
Disruptive tech hitting NZ insurance sector
"The industry is at a tipping point as it grapples with the impact of new technology."
UPDATE: RAM liquidators seek $954,000 investor withdrew in test case
Liquidators of the Ross Asset Management group of companies are looking to claw back $954,000 one investor withdrew before the scheme collapsed.
Ross Asset Management liquidators seek $954,000 investor withdrew in test case
Liquidators of the Ross Asset Management group of companies, found to be a ponzi scheme, are looking to claw back $954,000 one investor withdrew befor
Speed of tech change proving scary for CEOs
The speed of technological change is the biggest technology concern for Kiwi CEOs – outstripping even security concerns – according to PwC.
Intimacy, mindset and innovation key for digital advertising success
The PwC Global entertainment and media outlook, 2014-2018, forecasts digital advertising will increase by 10.2% every year until 2018.
Google and PwC enter into partnership
PwC and Google have announced they are entering into a joint business relationship to bring new and innovative services to companies around the world.
NZ lagging in security and privacy risk management
Kiwi organisations are being unnecessarily exposed to financial, regulatory, brand and productivity impacts though poorer management of security and privacy risks, according to a new security report from PwC.
34% of online shopping dollars going offshore
Kiwi retailers missing out on one third of $2.68 billion spend.