Each year ushers in new cyber security threats and technology challenges. Old IT security practices are no longer reliable for protecting businesses against malicious attacks and system compromise. Hackers are looking at every available options to discredit your brand and make their mark, whether it be via easy targets or sophisticated business system compromise.
Businesses of all sizes are prone to cyber attacks and securtity threats are increasing at an alarming rate. In the first half of 2019 alone, there were atleast 4.1 billion business data records exposed with mobiles and IoT devices now becoming active targets for attacks.
Statistics shows that some companies don't have any or an up-to-date or active cybersecurity strategy-or in place. That can be a major problem, given that the cost of a single cyber attack can be high enough to put an organisation out of business for good.
With more businesses making use of internet conectivity services daily, there are already indications that cyber security compromise trend will continue to increase year-on-year. So, how do you protect your business against cyber security attacks in 2020?