The threat of cybercrime continues to grow, and small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) should be especially concerned as they lack the IT budget and resources that larger enterprises have and are thus more likely to struggle after suffering a breach. For those guilty of letting their website security strategies sit on the back burner, SiteLock president Neill Feather suggests that it may be time to consider a strategy refresh.
When it comes to thinking about cyber-attacks, many of the folks running businesses are relying on a heavy combination of faith ("it won't happen to us"), reliance on cyber-insurance ("any losses will be covered"), and the unfounded belief that the long-term consequences won't be that bad ("if it does happen, we'll be back in business in no time"). Alas, every single one of those ideas is simply wrong.
Whether you’re hitting the same old beach town or taking a cycling tour of Provence, follow these Top Five steps to stay cyber secure while soaking up the sun.
2016 saw a record setting number of cyberattacks, resulting in the most records stolen in the seventeen years that breaches have been tracked. When you can’t secure the network any longer, what do you do? Shifting to a runtime protection approach will require a bit of retooling, but the end-result will be—finally—slowing the attacks that threaten every organization, every day.