A growing number of businesses, organization and individuals are falling victim to internet fraud where they are tricked into directing payments to a cyber-criminal. What can you do to protect your business?
If it seems like every couple of weeks there’s a cyber-incident dominating the evening news; it’s because there truly is. Cyber-Attacks, especially those involving Ransomware, have taken center stage in news coverage since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. And now, with the situation in Ukraine, the Cyberthreat is even greater.
It seems that Cyber-Attacks and Ransomware incidents are in the news every day. Some experts are saying that it is not if, but rather when you are hacked. Having strong Data Security practices within your organization is the best way to prevent a breach. A comprehensive Cyber Insurance policy tailored to fit your needs is the best way to recover from a breach.
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The stakes are higher than ever for cyber incidents and ransomware attacks.
The pandemic has increased the fear and uncertainty, and led to behavioral changes for students, staff, and even parents.
As cyber-attacks continue to escalate in frequency and severity, you can’t afford NOT to protect your business from data breach. Criminals are constantly working on new ways to hack into your computer systems, steal data and create chaos.