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VivoSecurity is transforming how business calculates security risks…by putting a dollar value on cyber-security events to help plan how – and where – you should spend your security budget.
Infographic | January 16, 2020
It seems counterintuitive that cybercriminals would focus on small businesses. Major news outlets report on the largest incidents, which typically affect the largest companies. In the past, small businesses may have been able to neglect network security with little consequence, but this is not the case today. Small businesses generally have fewer IT resources and devote less time and money to cybersecurity than their larger counterparts.
Infographic | January 27, 2022
The progress of digital transformation has inevitably led to new cybersecurity threats. Cybercriminals take advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic, in particular by targeting organisations and companies working remotely. Parliament has adopted its position on a new EU directive that reflects how cybersecurity threats have evolved and introduces harmonised measures across the EU, including on the protection of essential sectors.
Infographic | December 20, 2019
The best detection and response solutions provide
deep visibility to secure and investigate potential risk.
Greater automation and contextualization of security
events brings more informed decision-making, faster
triage and effective remediation of threats.
Infographic | June 11, 2021
Do you know what is the most problematic element of cyber security? Yes, it is the constantly evolving nature of cyber attacks. A cyber attack refers to an attack executed from a computer against a computer system or individual computer that compromises the confidentiality, integrity, or availability (CIA) of the information stored on it.
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.
Infographic | January 3, 2020
Malware, ransomware, data breaches, and phishing are top of mind for most companies. As users, devices, applications, and data continue to move outside of the traditional enterprise perimeter and zone of control, attack surfaces will only expand. So, what are the realities of falling prey to a cyber attack?
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