The unforeseen events of 2020 have forced many companies to shut down operations and reshape in order to succeed remotely. Many companies have had to rebuild and restructure themselves.
Employers and staff alike have struggled as a result of the abrupt shift to remote work. Few companies were adequately prepared for the technological challenges of managing a remote workforce, and their employees often lacked some of the resources they needed to stay connected and engaged.
This year, it’s time to pay huge importance to your business security, adapt your company to the changing environment and ensure that it will not only survive but also succeed in it.Read more
The requirements to secure the data on smart devices have entered a new phase and continues to grow beyond what modern capabilities can manage. Cybersecurity systems that guarantee the confidentiality, integrity, and proper use of data from smart devices are not enough for the growing scale of the IoT and IIoT. Innovation in technology is required to achieve the toughness necessary to protect against an era of ever-evolving cyber threats.
Smart devices are everywhere and are incorporated, from coffee machines to cars, into all aspects of our lives. Entire cities are becoming smart, as are factories, states, international retail, logistics, and all national important infrastructure sectors.Read more
2020 was a tough year and cyber criminals tried to make it even worse. The Information Systems Security Association and ESG study of cybersecurity professionals reported a 63% rise in cyber-attacks during the disease outbreak.
While there has been a lot of confusion and rapid changes in 2020, there are likely to appear new risks in 2021, including those attempting to exploit the pandemic and the vaccine-induced potential.Read more
Cybersecurity remains a critical aspect of protecting your business.
Frequently, the significant threats to organizations are more digital than they are physical and, sadly, many small businesses don’t feel ready to handle a severe threat. Actually, many of them are. But in the end, the size of your company doesn’t matter when it comes to security. So, if you want to protect your business, you should consider improving your IT security.Read more
For cybersecurity, each year is a difficult one. No matter how complex the strategies become, the tactics and methods of attackers tend to become more sophisticated.
Of course, 2020 was not a normal year, and different strategies for attacks have developed in a world affected by cybercrime, due to a drastic change in business operations. The crisis pressured companies to adapt rapidly to enable remote work and rapidly scale up the infrastructure to ensure that the companies could run efficiently and with the least damage.Read more
Cybercriminals are digging endlessly for their next payload. A business that either has a fragile or non-existent cloud protection framework is one of the main targets for any hacker.
The Covid-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on the economy, our social lives, and the ways in which we operate. With many workers out there now being required to work from home, the situation has centered attention on cloud security and the stability of its infrastructure to stand up to cloud security attacks.
There is nothing new about the cybersecurity deep flaws in cloud storage. When the pandemic struck, many companies were in the process of upgrading their cloud protection, but have now been pushed to accelerate their strategies.Read more
It should not be a surprise that nowadays, in a world full of technological innovations, mobile apps are targeted by hackers, given their rapid adoption and increased use globally.
While the number of mobile app threats will inevitably increase, incorporating mobile app security into your strategy is key to protecting your users and the trust you’ve created.
Read more about the threats facing mobile app security and learn how to protect your product.Read more
Manufacturing is becoming more digitized as the industry is embracing automation to a higher intensity than ever before. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is bringing artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and robotics into factories. Cyber-physical operations can now mix all aspects of the supply chain, including operational systems and data systems, and are taking the place of old, siloed mechanisms.
Any factory that uses these technological innovations is recognized as a Smart Factory and it triggers what analysts call nowadays Industry 4.0. Smart Factories will benefit the manufacturing industry substantially, as digital technology can offer higher production performance, better quality products with minimal errors, and increased flexibility for working processes.Read more