We get it – keeping your ship sailing smoothly through the digital seas while staying on the right side of the law can feel like juggling flaming swords. But fear not! We've got your back with a game-changing strategy that speaks the language of simplicity and success – Business Impact Analysis (BIA) for Compliance.
In this post, we're going to delve into a topic that has been creating ripples in the cybersecurity industry, government bodies, and various industries: new state laws concerning cybersecurity.
The landscape is evolving, and businesses of all sizes, as well as individuals, will need to adapt and adopt more stringent cybersecurity measures.
In this article, we aim to dispel a common misconception among business owners regarding cybersecurity – the belief that cyber insurance alone is sufficient protection. We'll shed light on the truth about cyber insurance for businesses and explain why it's not a substitute for comprehensive cybersecurity measures.
Gartner Inc. predicted that by 2023, CIOs would be responsible for over three times the endpoints they were responsible for in 2018 due to the rapid evolution of IoT trends and technologies. With billions of physical devices worldwide connected to the internet today, this prediction is on its way to coming true.
Today, the competitive business environment is data-driven. Data provides key insights into your customers and business performance that helps you make better decisions and improve processes. However, the sudden influx of employees working remotely exposes your organization’s information to several security threats.
Global data protection regulations (new or updated) are being enforced aggressively, resulting in a tsunami of hefty fines and penalties handed out to violators. The majority of these violations are a result of the failure to conduct regular risk assessments, which form an integral part of the ‘appropriate measures’ a business must take to ensure information security.
Over the last year, many organizations struggled to keep their private data secure against cyberthreats as they rushed to adapt to pandemic-inspired shifts in workforce and operations. Cybercrime is becoming increasingly prevalent, and the sophistication and volume of cyberattacks is escalating as well.