Accounting firm Pricewater-houseCoopers launched a range of new services
on December 5. The firm now offers assistance to businesses and NGOs on IT reviews
and security, continuity planning, improving the business process, and internal audit.
PwC said its move was in response to clients' concerns over a variety of issues,
such as terrorist attacks, the Enron scandal in the US, and technology failures.
"With these services, PwC intends to address the changing needs facing business
executives of fast-growing companies," said country head Senaka Fernando.