Ransomware Equals a Data Breach

From a data regulator’s perspective, it is the responsibility of your business to keep data safe from cyberthreats, inform clients about a breach within a stipulated period and provide necessary documentation as proof of your efforts. Although different regulations have laid down distinct mandates for breach notifications, the principle remains intact. While there is an…

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What to Include in Your Incident Response Plan

A security incident can topple an organization’s reputation and revenue in a short amount of time. As billionaire Warren Buffet once said, “it takes 20 years to develop a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.” Keeping that in mind, it’s ideal to have an incident response plan in place before a security breach occurs.…

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Cybersecurity: What Every Business Owner Should Know

While organizations and workers have certainly benefitted from the advancement of technology, it has also introduced an unprecedented number of cybersecurity risks. Ransomware attacks, for example, hit businesses every 11 seconds in 2021.1 Therefore, if you want your business to grow and succeed, you must understand the realities of cybersecurity. The Reality of the Current…

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4 Reasons Cybersecurity Attack Surfaces Are Expanding

The COVID-19 pandemic impacted individuals and businesses all over the world in one way or another. Almost overnight, it disrupted the way people went about their daily routines and how companies operated. Amidst all the chaos, changes to the cyber landscape increased at an unprecedented pace. Some of the trends that powered these changes and…

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The Top Supply Chain Vulnerability: People

The supply chains of this digital era are long and complex, and any disruptions caused by security threats will have a massive impact on the entire organization. While supply chains are prone to different types of external risks, such as supply disruption, high demand, financial instability, etc., businesses can usually plan against them and ensure…

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Implementing Ongoing Risk Management as a Standard Practice

In 2021, organizations that didn’t have zero trust incurred an average breach cost of USD 1.76 million more than those organizations with a mature zero-trust approach.1 It’s no wonder that 69% of organizations believe that there will be a rise in cyber spending in 2022 compared to 55% in 2021, and more than 25% expect…

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