January 31st, 2023
Cyber attacks threaten every industry, and the threat of ransomware is on the rise in 2023. These statistics reveal an unfortunate reality: businesses cannot outrun a ransomware attack. While they aren’t necessarily inevitable, they are prevalent and can significantly damage a company’s infrastructure.
To help your business best defend against ransomware attacks, we’ve sourced the 61 best statistics that every IT professional should know in 2023.
January 31st, 2023
Due to the growing cybercrime industry, cybersecurity techniques and trends are always evolving. A cyber attack can devastate any size business, so it is up to each company to set up the appropriate cyber security measures and protect their company and customer information.
Because the state of cybersecurity changes every year, we’ve provided the most up-to-date statistics for 2023.
August 1st, 2022
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the next major security threat to modern society. Most people unknowingly interact with the IoT without realizing how big the risk is to their personal online data and their business data.
Businesses, especially those with employees who work from home, need to protect their data and company security from vulnerabilities caused by IoT devices. Read on to learn the security risks of IoT and how to protect IoT and connected devices.
April 11th, 2022
Each year, businesses research key security challenges as a means to avoid falling victim. It’s not always possible, but proper planning and execution can help IT professionals overcome security challenges that could pose a threat to a company’s financial and reputational standing.
As with every other year, 2022 is going to be unpredictable and anticipated challenges might change. However, there are some constants to be aware of.
From cyber threats to the talent competition, here are the top 7 challenges IT leaders will face in 2022 and how to prepare for them:
January 24th, 2022
Your business’ information security (IT) is what keeps your critical business data processing safe. Therefore, you need to be prepared for the advancing and impending threats.
Data threats change every year but business IT professionals can prepare for the most dangerous threats with preventative measures and protocols.
Some experts will say that malware is the biggest threat to information security, but we should look more broadly at cybersecurity challenges and how to prevent them.