For every news story about “security attacks” or “security breaches” that we learn about through mainstream media, there are thousands that go unreported. It seems like every device needs some sort of advanced this-and-that to prevent major damage to an organization’s systems. As good as security can be, it’s not perfect, and it never will be. No system is completely impervious to outside attack, and taking steps to mitigate the possibility is a necessity for all organizations with sensitive data (and is there any business out there who doesn’t think its data are sensitive or important?).
Because computers have become the focal point for most work that businesses do, protecting them as vital assets is arguably the most important way to prevent sensitive information from being lost or stolen.
For more on its importance, feel free to read our blog series about security.
Anyone Can Be The Target of A Cyberattack
Security's "People Problem"
Hackers - The Good And The Bad
Malware and How to Protect Yourself from It
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