Businesses of all sizes are prone to cyberattacks, and this is no longer a taboo. Malicious actors are becoming intelligent, and tools are evolving, so what could prevent data breaches or other cybercrimes?
The truth is that it can be pretty hard to fight against cybercriminals, but it’s not impossible. Technology is on your side, and all you need is to reconsider your choices in terms of security.
Traditional methods can be a bit too old in today’s data-driven world, but there are ways to secure your precious corporate data, and automation is one of them. We would say that the best way to combat cyber threats is by making use of the same technology that drives them.
Not to mention that it’s indispensable for businesses to secure their systems given the incommensurable number of data they’re dealing with. Manual labor may be effective, but it couldn’t keep up with the amount of data and operations that need to be secured.
And if we are to mention the costs associated with cyberattacks, you should take measures now; as IBM reports, the cost of a data breach has reached $4.24 million, the highest cost such crimes have known in