Information is now the world’s most valuable resource, leading to a cyber epidemic. Or tough data protection regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Traditional security solutions are failing to control advanced malware and yet we are less secure today. A cyber criminal can be someone within your organisation. So what can you do to prevent these threats?
More than two-thirds of hacking happens without having to break into accounts or install viruses but by simply asking an employee to hand in valuable information, having a convincing pretext. Choosing an advanced solution to keep your data safe and secure is the first critical step you need to take to protect your business from losses.
Why would someone want to hack you if your company is not that famous or that big yet? Assuming that it won’t happen to you can lead to negligence, especially when it comes to sharing documents online. Having the right attitude towards the digital security of your company is the first step to making everything you do online secure.
This year’s biggest hacks that lead to ruined reputation, media scandals, lawsuits, millions and even billions of losses. Coincidentally, all of these attacks were targeting large US companies or government agencies.