Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting systems, networks, and programs from digital attacks. These attacks are usually aimed at accessing, changing, or destroying sensitive information. The range of consumer-facing breaches in 2018 has truly proved that cybersecurity is the last line of defense for personal security. Each year, cyber-attacks on both businesses and individuals seem to break new ground. With threat vector growing and cybercriminals leveraging new hacking tools, IT security departments will have their work cut out for them in 2019. Understanding the state of cybersecurity is important to protect yourself and your businesses from digital threats.
43 percent of cyber attacks are aimed at small businesses
230,000 new malware samples are produced every day and this is predicted to only keep growing
Damage related to cyber-crime is projected to hit $6 trillion annually by 2021
All of the cliche sayings you hear about disaster recovery and business continuity planning certainly hold true—it never happens when it’s convenient
or when the people you planned on being available were available.
Whether its network connections, computing, or file management, there are varying degrees of reasonable expectations for service restoration. Any disruption in business operations can cost you time, money, and reputation. There are multiple services/technologies to solve this business issue. The first step is determining your Recovery Point Objective & Recovery Time Objective and then selecting the appropriate technology to provide the results your business requires.