If you think breach can’t happen to you, this idea is probably fading quickly. Especially, when you review the number of breaches and types of companies breached. In 2016 alone, more than four billion data records were stolen.
You know ransomware is on the rise, when more than 50% of businesses have fallen victim to it…
Even though organizations have invested in security solutions, nearly half of them have had a breach in the last twelve months. When reviewing a recent global survey by the Ponemon Institute, it becomes clear why businesses still find themselves at risk.
One of the best ways to find your starting point with cybersecurity in 2017, what role business executives play, and identifying any repetitive patterns in the way cybercriminals target and attempt to take data from a business is by reviewing what has happened.
When you look at the lag in cybersecurity for organizations there are a number of reasons why cybercriminals are winning. One of these reasons is the lack of knowledge and awareness of the board of directors on cybersecurity risks.
Being the last week of 2016, it only seems fit to evaluate what has been done up to now by organizations to secure their enterprise so that you can know what still needs to be done in 2017 and/or what you haven’t been doing all along that would benefit your enterprise’s cybersecurity.