Cybersecurity has become an overly complicated, increasingly important part of our lives. These days, many people are concerned about their privacy; who is collecting their data, what data is being collected, how to prevent information from being stolen, how to prevent breaches, etc. Then there are the traditional threats like malware, ransomware, and phishing that are not only becoming more common place but are capable of doing more damage.
Integrated Business Technologies Blog
Data breaches are a consistent threat for businesses. According to the latest data from the Anti-Phishing Working Group, last year businesses reported more than 250,000 unique phishing threats per quarter. That's more than 1 million unique threats from phishing alone.
By 2021, cybercriminals are projected to cause $6 trillion of damages per year. While companies and individuals are aware of the problem -- it's hard not to be given the frequency of major data breaches -- the fact remains: Most businesses are underprepared. Brush up on the biggest mistakes companies make when it comes to cyber security and the best things to do if you realize you've overlooked something in your cyber defense strategy.