Cybersecurity – A plethora of newspaper and digital articles and blogs continue to underscore one key aspect of cybersecurity: Criminals are invading our home IoT devices and spying on us, demanding ransom and destroying our privacy.
The technological universe has almost limitlessly expanded its borders. What was a little-explored space just a few decades ago has now become an environment in which the most varied commercial initiatives are born, grown and developed every day. The world of the internet has allowed commerce to expand globally, generating excellent economic mobility. However, as companies that operate on the web grow, so do the risks associated with it. Due to this, cybersecurity practices for internet businesses have become essential.
Cybersecurity has never been easy, but as connected things and cyberthreats multiply — and Gartner says securing the mobile workforce has become an imperative — it is becoming even harder. This creates significant new challenges for organizations and their top leaders.
Imagine a world where businesses execute strategies without worrying about securing data. Now imagine a world where fast paced cybersecurity capabilities enable trusted data to become a source for growth. Guess what? Both are possible today.
Ask most board directors and CEO’s to define cybersecurity and artificial intelligence in a board meeting and have them share their answers and you may well find that their depth of knowledge is too shallow in their duty of care responsibilities.
Cybersecurity – There was a time when the much-coveted Apple iPhone was generously “replaced” by Samsung, simply because an Android was better suited for the bourgeois budget. Apple had established its place in the market as an industry leader and a revolutionary company altogether, but considering that you only needed your phone for a couple of basic needs, there seemed no point to invest your whole salary in a phone.
Small businesses have been facing a mountain of problems since the coronavirus outbreak took hold of the world’s economy and shifted most people to working from home. Millions of small businesses around the world, which previously had no experience dealing with cybersecurity, suddenly had to deal with a deluge of new issues, ranging from which… Read more
The COVID-19 Cyber Threat Intelligence League and other groups cooperate with the industry, law enforcement, and the government to prevent attacks on healthcare providers. Last month, some of the usual cast of online scammers and malware miscreants promised to refrain from attacking healthcare organizations or exploiting them during the COVID-19 crisis, showing a sense of… Read more
Cybersecurity – During the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are entering uncharted territory as our companies operate fully remotely for the first time. Below, I hope to provide some information to make this time as easy and productive as possible for you. During onboarding at my company, we tell employees that cybersecurity practices don’t end… Read more
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