The focus of cybersecurity protection shouldn’t always be about trying to anticipate the latest means or technology that could impact a business, but instead, focusing on the same tactics and how these can specifically adapt.
In it's The State of Email Security report, Mimecast reports that 79% of security leaders indicate their companies had experienced a business disruption, financial loss or other setback in 2020 due to lack of cyber preparedness.
Employees create content on a daily basis. Much of this content has no long-term value and is not business critical, however, a small percentage is key to running operations. If this data goes missing or falls into the wrong hands due to a ransomware attack, an organization could be severely wounded and could be at the risk of extinction.
Security brings this monthly Cybersecurity and Geopolitical vodcast to our readers as a discussion on the latest news and issues affecting countries, industries, security and risk professionals, and their enterprises around the globe. This month takes a look at the exploitation of Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities by Chinese threat actors, explores the SolarWinds debacle, analyzes cybercrime’s effect on the American recovery, and talks about the need for continued education against fake news.
Disaster recovery as a service can potentially save organizations money and resources while ensuring they’re prepared for an incident that could potentially put them out of business. But what is DraaS, how can it be implemented at your organization and what are the benefits?
Just like every company in the business world, cybercriminals are looking to boost their sales. With ransomware, they’ve found a way to force victims to pay. And in their quest, cyber attackers are borrowing a playbook from sales teams in legitimate businesses.
ON DEMAND: There's a lot at stake when it comes to cybersecurity. Reputation, productivity, quality. Join us to discuss the future of your global security strategy and a path forward with trusted partners Cisco and Rockwell Automation, and turn your Food & Bev security challenges into strategic advantages that drive business value.
Microsoft’s Edna Conway, Chief Security and Risk Officer of Azure, will lead this session and provide a real-world, tangible approach to address security and resilience to support you in your journey to operational resilience. Read More
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