Thought leadership for real estate: Risk management

Regulations around data security and privacy are increasing in the real estate sector, so business leaders are heavily focused on cyber risks now more than ever.

Technological change and organizational transformations present new and unknown risks, but also new opportunities to create value. In today’s complex business environment, real estate companies need to have confidence in their governance, risk management, and internal control processes. A successful security program begins with the right strategic plan and taking control of your costs, efficiency and compliance by integrating security and privacy into business operations and technology platforms.

At Mazars, we equip our clients with the knowledge, techniques, and solutions to anticipate and respond to critical security and risk challenges. Our goal is to become an extension of your security team, handling your daily security operational tasks so you can get back to running your business. This is why we build tailored risk management frameworks, systems, and controls that are the right fit for our clients to steer them towards future success.

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The real estate sector and cyber attacks

Think the real estate industry isn't susceptible to cyber attacks? Think again.

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GDPR has controls over subcontractors in its line of fire

Like all industries, the real estate sector has to implement a range of legal, technical and organizational measures to protect the personal data of its employees, customers, prospects and suppliers.

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Cyber general checklist

Cyber attacks target companies large and small, as well as public-sector institutions and individuals. So, how can organizations protect themselves in 2023?

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New SEC cybersecurity rules impact public companies and also private businesses considering IPOs

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has adopted rules requiring public companies to disclose all cybersecurity breaches within four days that could affect their bottom lines. Delays will be allowed if immediate disclosure poses serious national security or public safety risks. The implications of the new rule are significant. 

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Ready to protect your business?

Mazars’ cybersecurity specialists help organizations in all industries, nationally and worldwide, understand and manage their cyber risk. Our professionals provide a unique combination of foresight, experience and hands-on execution to assist in mitigating risk and protecting your real estate organization. To learn more about the ways Mazars can help protect your real estate business against cybercriminals, contact us using the form below.