Cyber Security is Paramount as Businesses Continue to Digitise Operations

Security is paramount if you have any kind of digital strategy. Statistics have shown that 79% of global executives believe that cyberattacks are one of the biggest threats to their organisation. The main reason for this is because criminals are always looking to try and exploit computer systems and the security that they have. If you want to make sure that your business is not an easy target, then you need to make sure that you continue to digitise your operation with security in mind.

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Keeping Pace

Decision-makers for IT companies are including cybersecurity amongst some of their top considerations. Cybersecurity is also their biggest investment priority too. Investments in transformative tech really are meaningless if you have no way to protect your company.  If your operation is complex and developing at speed, then you have to make sure that you are able to give your company some kind of protection. If you don’t then you may find that this works against you in the long run. The one issue that is happening right now is that the battle is being fought faster than the cycle of decisions being made. If you are moving slower than the trends then you won’t be doing your business any favours at all, either. Sites such as GGPoker are now implementing things such as SSL certificates and two-step verification to ensure that their clients are protected from any unauthorised attempts to access an online account. They are also hosting the online WSOP as well, which just goes to show how possible it is to keep up with an ever-changing technological landscape without compromising security.

Small Businesses are Being Targeted

It would also seem that smaller businesses are being targeted more and more as time goes on. That’s why it is so important for small businesses to have a good policy in place. The one issue that is plaguing small companies right now is that they do not believe that they are going to be targeted. This is not the case at all, unfortunately. They are being targeted more than ever before. This is because they do not have the same security systems as bigger companies.

Why are Hacks on the Rise?

So now you know that hacks are on the rise, and that small companies are being targeted more than ever before. Now, it’s time to look at why this is the case. The main reason why hacks are on the rise is that more and more companies are turning to digital solutions to track and monitor their data. They are using digital solutions to try and monitor the amount of money they have coming in and to keep money safe as well. The problem is that companies are advancing at a phenomenal rate when it comes to tech, but they are not putting in the work to make sure that they are protecting their company at the same rate and hackers are taking advantage of this.

Of course, you have to make sure that you are embracing the tech trends that are happening right now, but at the same time, you also need to make sure that you are putting in the work to ensure that your company is protected too. If you don’t, then you may find that you end up putting yourself more at risk and stunting your growth and progress as a result. Simple things such as having an anti-virus program and using the cloud to safeguard your data will help a lot, so ensure that you keep that in mind when advancing the technological aspect of your system.

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