Crisis management

Helping clients prepare for, respond to, and recover from large catastrophic events

Crisis management

Natural disasters, technological and industrial events, significant confrontations, misdeeds, malevolence and financial distress can be catastrophic in their consequences for business and government.

Many organisations are seeking to understand the probability of disruption from this wide range of crises and their potential impacts, along with developing the ability to prepare, respond and recover when an event occurs.

Our crisis management team, expert in dealing with wide ranging issues including financial crime, cyber security, business continuity and resilience and forensic response can help our clients:

  • Preserve company reputation and protect brand equity
  • Protect organisational assets and constituents
  • Mitigate exposure to liability and risk
  • Enhance business continuity and resiliency
  • Minimise financial loss and business disruption.


Continuity and resilience


We provide our clients the insight and experience to understand, prepare for and respond to disruptive events and crises with business continuity programs and disaster recovery solutions including:

  • Business continuity management and resilience
  • IT disaster recovery consulting
  • Crisis management.


Forensic response


Our team demystifies risks for senior management and helps them to incorporate risk strategy
into business planning, decision-making strategies and operational risk reporting.

  • Complex forensic accounting
  • Computer forensics
  • Investigations
  • Forensic discovery
  • Whistleblower.


Financial crime


Deloitte can help assess our client's current approach and work with them to develop an
improved financial crime operating model. An integrated approach can help align strategy,
people, processes and data, towards a more unified view of risk.


Cyber risk services


At Deloitte, our security, privacy and risk management services are recognised as world
leading, helping organisations address pressing and pervasive strategic information and
technology risks.