By PrivSec Global2021-09-10T08:23:00+01:00
Here, we assess new features that aid in detecting ransomware attacks, protect the backup repository and speed recovery.
How to Spark Employee Engagement Around Cybersecurity
Consumers around the world are demanding more protection for their personal information. Data breaches are daily occurrences, and the scope of privacy has widened to include how your organization limits the risk of improper use or exposure of personal data.
Processes and technology are two key components to make any privacy program scale over time. But how do you know what to prioritise, automate and dedicate resources to?
Not all data backups are created equal. The cyber-threat landscape is ever evolving, and undoubtedly one of the biggest current threats is ransomware. Ransomware is a type of malicious software that threatens to publish the victim’s data, or perpetually block access to it, unless a ransom is paid. For modern organizations who rely on data to operate and thrive, this kind of attack can be catastrophic. A recent global report from Sophos found that the average cost of paying a ransom was $1.4 million, or $730,000 in equivalent loss of revenue owing to downtime should they choose not to.
Information, data privacy and security concerns are a persistent trend and central to all too many political and ethical scandals, data privacy has become one of the defining social and cultural issues today.
One of the main challenges faced by companies involves adequately managing the information at hand, which is essential when making the right decisions.
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