October 26, 2016
Recent headlines about a multibillion-dollar deal shaken by revelations of a potentially record-setting data breach vividly underscore the need to address cybersecurity in due-diligence for mergers and acquisitions. Hacking incidents or vulnerabilities can have a direct impact on the value of a company being acquired and on the riskiness of a deal.
David Burg, PwC’s Global and Co-US Advisory Cybersecurity and Privacy Leader and Curt Moldenhauer, a partner in PwC’s Deals Practice and the leader of the US Acquisitions practice, shared their insights on how cybersecurity and deals professionals are working together to guide companies through such challenges in the article, Cybersecurity in Deals: Q&A with PwC’s David Burg and Curt Moldenhauer, posted in the Cybersecurity and Privacy Hub on WSJ.com.
Read the full article to learn more.