A staggering 55% of organizations have had a security incident or data breach due to a malicious or negligent employee. These disasters are often extremely costly, but the good news is that they are easily avoidable.
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Network security is a chief concern of many organizations throughout the world. 75.6% of organizations encountered at least one successful cyber attack within the past 12 months. And though the rate of cyberattacks is not going to decrease anytime soon, it’s important to recognize why it’s so high.
Follow six simple steps to see how your organization can achieve better business security.
Hackers are criminals that use advanced software and special techniques to gain entry into systems for data exploitation. These data breaches and cyberattacks are a lot more common than people think – 50 percent of small and midsized organizations reported suffering at least one cyberattack in the last 12 months.
To a cybercriminal, you’re nothing more than a big, juicy fish. You’re slow, you’re hungry, and they don’t expect much from you in terms of intelligence and strategy.
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When it comes to outsourcing their IT support, small and medium-sized businesses always seem to hesitate. For one reason or another, they rely on false and outdated information to dissuade them from even seeking more information about the matter. And without proper support, these companies unknowingly hurt their chances for success.
Take a long look at your company’s overall IT infrastructure. You probably have lots of physical hardware and many different applications for your day-to-day operations. Now ask yourself: who’s in charge of managing those? You are, and that’s the problem.
With so many end users dealing with cybercriminals, you must ask yourself: Are you training them well enough to deal with these attackers?
Joe could very well pay for a replacement part for his server. But, would it be worth it? The answer is that it would not. Joe’s next action should be to look into virtualizing his server.