In an increasingly connected world, cyberattacks are more numerous. This leads to an increase in cybersecurity incidents.
These cyberattacks target all types of businesses, of all sizes.
The result ? Loss of critical information that weakens businesses, in some cases leading to paralysis or closure.
These security breaches often come from collaborators / users targeted by cyber-attacks.
In one year, cyberattacks have increased by 48% , impacting the business of companies in particular: 92% were attacked one or more times. While ransomware remains the most frequent attack (73%), the impact on business has increased by 49% (unavailability of the site, production stoppage, etc.), according to the third edition of the annual CESIN barometer with OpinionWay.
Knowing the risks, the easy pitfalls and the challenges of cybersecurity have become essential elements for any business. Best practices are learned from employees and help to strengthen the company’s security.
The vulnerable point of information systems is indeed often the human . Increasingly connected employees, use of personal equipment at work, home offices, or even new ways of working such as co-working and modern workspaces. The new uses of technologies are more and more widespread and the nomadism of employees leads to increasingly frequent data loss.
Cybersecurity is no longer an option
Endless emails, confidential documents attached and people outside the company copied. Difficult to take stock of the multiple exchanges of an employee within his company. Among the main attacks:
The consequences can be disastrous :
- financial losses
- damage to the reputation or image of the company
In response to this increasingly recurrent phenomenon, a solution? Train all employees in the prevailing threat , and give them a way to protect themselves. Trainings are thus put in place to solve this problem. They individually support each company to evolve in complete security and are added to the many cyber defense tools.
Prevention – Detection – Reaction: 3 steps that protect the company and allow it to be more competitive, to avoid attacks, to move forward smoothly. And this requires knowledge of IT risks, attacks, security, best practices, self-defense reflexes and regulations.