IT Security & Governance Assessment
BREACHES SHOULD NOT ONLY TRIGGER THE QUESTION—IF IT WILL HAPPEN?
Instead, your organization should be thinking about increasing mitigation, strengthening identification, and response.
Thousands of companies report instances of security breaches by cyber-attack annually. Customer data, financial information, trade secrets, and other intellectual property are copied, and in some cases, hackers hold systems for ransom once they gain control.
More than half of small businesses suffered breaches within the past year in America. These incidents now cost enterprises of all sizes $200,000 on average, reveals insurance carrier Hiscox.
Cybersecurity affects not just your organization, but with the advent of the internet and, by extension, the cloud, it affects your customers and stakeholders in public as well. Infected devices have a way of infecting other devices, and compromised systems make everyone vulnerable. Maintaining proper security measures affects the rest of the online community.