Every 39 seconds, a cyberattack occurs with an estimated 30,000 websites globally attacked every day. Cybersecurity threats can quickly become a reality and if this happens, your organization needs to be prepared with an incident response plan, or IRP.
By 2025, cybercrime will cost the world an estimated $10.5 trillion annually. As internet use grows, so does the threat of cyberattacks. For organizations, such attacks can result in devastating losses. As such, you want to make sure that you're always taking the proper measures to reduce the risk of your organization falling victim to hackers.
There are various methods of increasing cybersecurity. One of them is through the use of penetration testing. It's important to know what this is, and when to do it.
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As technology continues to advance, so does the threat of cyber-attacks on organizations. According to recent reports done by the University of North Georgia, only 38% of global organizations claim they are prepared to handle a sophisticated cyber-attack.
Preparedness helps organizations effectively manage and mitigate the operational, legal, and reputational consequences of an event. In this article, we will take a look at some of the major steps your organization should take to protect its network and personal data.
IT challenges have never been greater. Protecting your assets, operations, clients, and employees has never been a more complicated and difficult task. You may have a thorough understanding of your IT compliance requirements or you may not, and the security partner that you choose may be the key to the success or failure of your initiatives.
Whether you’re a small company or one as large as Colonial Pipeline or T-Mobile, not having any cyber incident response plan will cause major problems and disruptions. When you’re hit with a breach, without a plan in place, your security and management teams will be scrambling and likely to make expensive mistakes.
From January 2020 through May 2021, New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) regulated companies reported in excess of 70 Ransomware attacks ranging from costly shutdowns to disruptions in business operations. Successful Ransomware attacks continue to escalate in total numbers and overall severity, with no sector safe from an attack. Government agencies, companies, educational institutions, and nonprofits are all targets.
If you've been reading the news at all lately, you know that cybersecurity is more important now than ever. After a series of devastating cyber issues, the entire economy was shaken.