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Faced with an intensification of cybercrime, cybersecurity has become a dominant concern for companies in recent years. IT managers are starting to realize that their security architecture must be able to adapt to constant changes if they want to stay ahead of the game. Let’s explore how real the threats are and what effective systems should be put in place to discourage them.
Cyberthreats: What is your organization risking?
According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, there are 31.7 million small businesses in America, accounting for 99.9% of all U.S. businesses. As cyberattack threats are on the rise, 88% of small business owners admit they are vulnerable and are concerned about what solutions are available at affordable costs. Recent headlines clearly show that cyberattacks affect all organizations without discrimination, regardless of their sector or size. In fact, global cybercrime costs continue to climb and are expected to reach $10.5 trillion by 2025, according to predictions by the 2022 Cybersecurity Almanac.
Beyond the frequency, cyberattacks are also getting more complex. Helped by technology, cybercriminals are developing threats capable of entering systems through multiple entry points, making detection more difficult and the chance of the threats succeeding higher.
This all leads to the conclusion that detection and response solutions focusing exclusively on desktops are no longer sufficient to guarantee optimal protection for an organization.
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