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Cybersecurity is not a Technology Problem— It’s a Business Issue. These resources provide you security insights to protect your business from cyber threats and vulnerabilities. 

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According to the FBI, phishing was the most common type of cybercrime in 2020—and phishing incidents nearly doubled in frequency, from 114,702 incidents in 2019 to 241,324 incidents in 2020. 75% of organizations around the world experienced some kind of phishing attack in 2020. Download this ebook to find out what is phishing, how dangerous is it really, and what can you do to protect yourself and your company for free.
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Cyber attacks continue to increase in both volume and sophistication. Organizations are 24/7 targets of malicious lone wolf hackers and dedicated hacking groups looking to exploit their networks, applications, and endpoints. The onslaught of cyber threats faced by companies calls for continuous monitoring, analysis, and incident response. This article describes the central role played by a security operations center in improving cybersecurity defenses.
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Data breaches lead to substantial losses for businesses and their customers. Preventing such damages is easier and cheaper than mitigating them. Understanding why and where security breaches can happen is crucial for the success of your company. Penetration testing can help you with this. It reveals vulnerabilities and allows fixing them before a malicious attacker (hacker) exploits them.
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Ransomware and data leaks are causing havoc in the business world. Recently, each day brings news of a large-scale attack resulting in a ransom demand or data leak. The average cost of a data breach according to IBM is $3.86 million as of 2020 and ransomware damage costs are predicted to rise to $20 billion through 2021 as businesses fall victim to a ransomware attack every 11 seconds.

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Data breaches lead to substantial losses for businesses and their customers. Preventing such damages is easier and cheaper than mitigating them. Understanding why and where security breaches can happen is crucial for the success of your company. Penetration testing can help you with this. It reveals vulnerabilities and allows fixing them before a malicious attacker (hacker) exploits them.

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