Biggest Data Breaches Of The 21st Century

January 2, 2019

Did you know it takes an average of 191 days for a company to realize there’s been a data breach? That’s according to a high-profile study conducted by the Ponemon Institute for IBM Security. This slow response is detrimental to business. It especially puts small businesses in a vulnerable position as many of them do not have the resources to deal with cyber attacks. A data breach occurs when an unauthorized person gains access to sensitive information. This info can include intellectual property, financial records or employees’ personal details. Because cybercrime has become more and more sophisticated over the years, this has demonstrated a huge need for awareness and training.

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Who is behind cyber attacks?

Infographic | January 2, 2020

Regardless of the size or type of organisation you work for, it's important to understand why you might be vulnerable to cyber attack, and how to defend yourself. The advice summarised below is applicable to your working life and your home life. You should also familiarise yourself with any cyber security policies and practices that your organisation has already put in place.

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Cybersecurity Statistics for 2022

Infographic | June 10, 2022

If you work in the private sector (and provided you don’t live under a rock) you probably already know that cybercrime is a serious problem. A dastardly cybercriminal can expose finances, compromise customer information, and bring businesses to a halt. Skilled hackers are always finding creative ways to execute data breaches, setting a constant arms race into motion — cybersecurity professionals against cybercriminals.

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The Importance of Database Security

Infographic | February 3, 2022

Security is everyone’s responsibility. Enabling business, protecting data, and managing risks are critical to literally every business. Maintaining database security is important to safeguard highly confidential and sensitive data. Between January and September 2020, about 36 billion pieces of data were compromised. In 2021, data breach costs increased from USD 3.86 million to USD 4.24 million.

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Almost half of companies say cybersecurity readiness has improved in the past year

Infographic | December 16, 2019

Mobile and IoT-connected devices present special security risks that many companies are still figuring out how to mitigate. ZDNet's sister site, Tech Pro Research, recently polled IT professionals about the state of cybersecurity in their workplaces. Most seemed to feel that cyberthreats were relatively well controlled. The majority of respondents said their company's cybersecurity readiness was average or above, and most said it had improved in the past year.

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Cybersecurity in Retail Infographic

Infographic | February 15, 2020

77% of consumers believe that cybersecurity and data privacy is the 3rd most important factor when selecting a retailer, even outranking discounts and brand reputation. Percentage of consumers considering the following factors as one of the top five criteria while selecting their primary retailer. Percentage of consumers considering the following factors as one of the top five criteria while selecting their primary retailer.

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Impact of Social Engineering Attacks

Infographic | April 4, 2022

A social engineering attack exploits human error to gain access to private and sensitive information.

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