Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) can be a great value generator for companies. However, M&A is a challenging transformation that requires careful consideration across all stages of execution – prior, during and post sign-off on the deal. While most companies consider cybersecurity during the due-diligence phase, in the pursuit of deal completion, cybersecurity ends up taking a back seat. This can be quite an expensive mistake and one that can significantly impact the deal valuations. With the deals market gaining momentum post the pandemic slowdown, it is advisable to have a cybersecurity blueprint in place to compliment M&A as a strategy for growth. Join Grant Thornton on Tuesday, June 15 to hear how to prioritize cybersecurity efforts across the deal lifecycle.
During this webcast, we'll discuss
- The impact of poor cybersecurity on deals and security hotspots
- The potential risks and capabilities to mitigate them
- Grant Thornton's Cybersecurity M&A framework
- Prioritized strategic and tactical actions for securing organizations in an M&A
- Describe the impact of poor cybersecurity across the deal lifecycle
- Recognize potential cybersecurity risks that accompany deals
- Identify the security hotspots
- Illustrate the Cybersecurity M&A framework
- Describe tactical and strategic actions to protect deal value
Please note: CPE credits are not awarded for webcast replay.
Recommended Field of Study:
- Derek Han, Principal, Cybersecurity and privacy leader, Grant Thornton LLP
- Sonny Origitano, Managing Director, Advisory, Grant Thornton LLP
- Rohan Singla, Senior Manager, Advisory, Grant Thornton LLP
- Tim Ziemann, Senior Manager, Advisory, Grant Thornton LLP
Group - Internet
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