With every new year, there comes new cybersecurity tools, updates, cyber threats, and the usual transformations that take place as the digital era goes through its changes. This means that every executive, whether business owner, CEO, security leader, CIO, and the board members of big organizations, are already setting up their meetings and planning for at least the first quarter’s goals.
On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) becomes effective, which means that many companies who do business with Californians will have to be prepared to meet the requirements of CCPA to avoid fines…
It’s no secret that when any holiday approaches it also means heightened cybersecurity risks for businesses, large and small. The reason (for the risks) is that many people today shop online for their gifts.
This may come as a surprise to you, but a recent study by Code42 found that over three-quarters of (78%) CSOs and 65% of CEOs admit to clicking on a link they should not have. This means opening up to the dangers of phishing.
Every year the financial impact of data breaches on organizations rises. Just this past year, IBM’s Data Breach Report revealed that the cost of a data breach has risen 12% over the past 5 years to $3.92 million per incident on average.