In 2022, the average cost of cybercrime has reached $4.35 million per organization, and the number of data breaches has climbed by 14%. But despite the rising frequency and impact of cyberattacks, many businesses still do not have a cybersecurity plan: as we will see,… Read More »Why Cybersecurity Investment Isn’t Optional for Small Businesses
From Meta (formerly Facebook) to venture capital firms, businesses are increasingly investing in Web3: by 2030, the global Web3 blockchain market is expected to reach over $33 billion, with many believing that the developing tech ecosystem will define the future of the Internet across the… Read More »What Does Your Business Need to Know About Web3?
Today data breaches are a costly and ever-present danger for businesses in both the public and private sector. Each year, the total number of reported breaches grows 5-10% over the previous year, with over 22 billion records compromised in 2021. The average cost of a… Read More »What to Do After a Data Breach: Surviving the First 24 Hours
In 2022, half of global decision makers plan to increase their cloud usage. From one perspective, this is an encouraging trend: 98% of companies still maintain on-premise servers, and nearly 80% of them are behind on IT transformation. Shifting to cloud will reduce dependence on… Read More »Beyond the Silver Lining: Navigating Cyber Threats in the Cloud
As many larger enterprises are putting more resources into their cybersecurity infrastructure and threat prevention processes, smaller firms are now becoming the softer targets for cybersecurity criminals. Therefore, we think it’s critical to completely assess and mitigate cybersecurity threats before your company becomes compromised –… Read More »Breadcrumbs for Hackers: How to Mitigate Threats Before They Happen
Every business has different operational requirements, and that’s certainly the case when it comes to budgets. As a growing number of IT budgets are steadily increasing to cover the costs of innovative technologies and digital transformation, more businesses are also re-evaluating their cybersecurity budgets as well.
Technology has advanced so much in such a short time that it’s completely changed the way we have done business over the past decade. Now, more than ever, it’s critical to keep data private and secure, especially as most of our activities are increasingly being processed in the digital space and cloud environments.
Video doorbells and other home surveillance systems give a sense of protection to homeowners. Caring about your business’ cybersecurity posture should be measured in the same scale as keeping your home safe.
The CMMC certification encompasses multiple cybersecurity performance maturity levels ranging from “Basic Cybersecurity Hygiene” to “Advanced/Progressive.” CMMC serves as a verification mechanism to ensure appropriate levels of cybersecurity practices and processes are in place.
According to the National Cyber Security Alliance, 60 percent of small- and mid-sized businesses that suffer a cyber attack are closed within 6 months, primarily due to lost business and lost customer trust.