Best Practices In Cybersecurity

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This e-book explores how your organisation—regardless of size or budgetary constraints—can implement cybersecurity best practices to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your information systems.

Data breaches are a massive problem for organisations, as a quick look at recent figures demonstrates.

  • There were 3,932 publicly reported data breaches in 20201.
  • The average cost of a data breach is estimated at $4.23M2.

The risk to businesses is not just the size of the fines. Class actions, falling share prices, loss of customer confidence and reputation damage will all have a significant impact on the brand.

There are many tools that businesses can deploy in an attempt to ward off attacks. In this article, we consider the bigger picture. How can you implement cybersecurity best practices throughout your organisation to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your information systems – and recover in the event of a breach?

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Data breaches are a massive problem for organisations, as a quick look at recent figures demonstrates.

There were 3,932 publicly reported data breaches in 20201.

The average cost of a data breach is estimated at $4.23M2.

The risk to businesses is not just the size of the fines. Class actions, falling share prices, loss of customer confidence and reputation damage will all have a significant impact on the brand.

There are many tools that businesses can deploy in an attempt to ward off attacks. In this article, we consider the bigger picture. How can you implement cybersecurity best practices throughout your organisation to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your information systems – and recover in the event of a breach?