Roles and Responsibilities of CyberSecurity Experts

March 18, 2019

Depending on the role you are involved in within cybersecurity, your responsibilities will vary. For instance if you are a cryptographer, you are expected to write code that a hacker cannot crack, and if you are a vulnerability assessor you have to spot system vulnerabilities and fix them. But the essence of all cybersecurity responsibilities is in making sure that breaches do not happen and data remains safe.

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The Booming Information Security Industry

Infographic | August 26, 2021

The information security industry is expected to exhibit tremendous growth in 2021. The key drivers of this growth are increased spending on cybersecurity services and the rising demand for cloud security. According to Gartner, the 2021 information security and risk management spending is anticipated to grow almost 2X from the previous year.

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Cyber Security Market

Infographic | January 11, 2022

The global cyber security market size is anticipated to reach USD 366.10 billion by 2028 and exhibit a CAGR of 12.0% during the forecast period. The surging number of e-commerce platforms and the growing integration of machine learning, internet-of-things (IoT), and cloud are expected to boost the market's growth.

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2019 Cyber Etiquette: A Guide To Today’s Top Cyber Threats

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.

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Privileged Access Management (PAM)

Infographic | April 4, 2022

Privileged access management (PAM) controls, monitors, secures and audits all human and non-human identities and activities across an enterprise IT environment.3% of organizations lack a mature approach to access management, resulting in two times more breaches.

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CYBER SECURITY EXPOSURES INFOGRAPHIC

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.

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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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Established in 1982, ConnectWise began as a full-service IT solution provider to small and mid-sized businesses. After discovering a need to better streamline and automate processes in our own business, we built the ConnectWise business management solution to manage all of the core functions of any technology business in one integrated solution. Today more than 5,000 technology organizations, including IT solution providers, MSPs, system integrators, software developers, and VARs, rely on ConnectWise to achieve greater accountability, operational efficiency, and profitability in their businesses. The ConnectWise Business Management Solution integrates business-process automation, help desk and customer service, sales, marketing, project management, and business analytics that dramatically streamline a company's operations.

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