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Avoiding Cybersecurity Risk Through Enhanced Due Diligence

Through mergers and acquisitions, companies can combine their strengths, gain access to new offerings and markets, and accelerate growth. Merging the assets of another company can also mean inheriting new systems and, therefore, the technology risks associated with those systems.

Unfortunately, there have been too many instances of companies discovering IT security weaknesses the hard way: after an acquisition was completed. Much like a strategic business plan, financial health, and legal liability, cybersecurity must be a priority during due diligence and integration planning.

Our latest guidebook will help you to:

  • Assess cybersecurity during due diligence
  • Address privacy and regulatory issues before integrating company systems
  • Address supply chain risks during the M&A due diligence process
  • And more!

 

Click the image below to view our guidebook “Avoiding Cybersecurity Risk Through Enhanced Due Diligence”


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