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The Retail and Hospitality ISAC Teams with EY to Help Retail and Hospitality Industries Mitigate Cybersecurity Risks

Originally Published by EY.

The Retail & Hospitality Information Sharing and Analysis Center (RH-ISAC) announced that it has teamed up with Ernst & Young LLP (EY) to create new, executive-level cyber threat reports that will be available to its chief information security officer (CISO) and senior cybersecurity membership. Through this initiative, the RH-ISAC and EY will provide a breakdown of current and relevant cyber threats targeting the retail and hospitality sectors.“Providing strategic information for our senior-level executives is key to the RH-ISAC’s mission to mitigate cyber risk,” said Jennifer McGoldrick-Stenberg, vice president of membership and operations for the RH-ISAC. “Teaming with a leader like EY enables us to provide the information, trends and metrics that CISOs need to continue to strengthen their defenses. We are grateful to work with EY to provide key information that members can use with their teams and their boards.”

“When retail and hospitality organizations are targeted by cyber criminals, it leaves every consumer vulnerable, creating risks to our information security and economic prosperity,” said Tony Sibert, EY cybersecurity leader in the Consumer Products and Retail sectors. “Through our work with the RH-ISAC team, we can provide meaningful and actionable cyber risk insights for protecting networks, businesses and brands.”

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