Why Being Aware of Threat Actors Matters

A threat actor refers to any individual, group, or entity that poses a potential risk or threat to the security and integrity of computer systems, networks, or digital assets of a person, a company or an organization. These actors can vary widely in their motives, skills, and resources.

Why is data protection critical, no matter the size of your business?

Data protection refers to the process of safeguarding data from compromise and loss, and preserving its privacy, confidentiality, integrity, and availability. It involves implementing measures and protocols to prevent unauthorized access, use, disclosure, alteration, or destruction of data.

Top 7 Data Breach Fines, Penalties, and Settlements to Date

As data breaches become more frequent and severe, it’s crucial for companies to prioritize their data security measures to avoid facing substantial fines and penalties. In fact, according to the Ponemon Institute, the projected average cost of a data breach is set to reach approximately $5 million in 2023. This marks an increase from $4.35 million in 2022 and $4.24 million in 2021.
Data breaches often result in severe consequences such as penalties and fines.

Here are the top 7 Data Breach Fines, Penalties, and Settlements to Date

Business Data: Why is it important for your organization?

In today’s digital era, collecting data has become an essential component of every business strategy. From small startups to large organizations, data play a critical role in helping businesses make informed decisions and evolve their operations. In fact, in a survey conducted in 2021, 37.8% of business executives said they believe their companies were data-driven.

Cyber security threats: 7 common types that you might face

To better understand the type of cyber security threats that any organization can face, we created a list of different threats.

Insider threats in the Healthcare Sector – HHS Warning

The HHS issued a warning on the risk to the healthcare sector from malicious insiders, due to an increase in internal data breaches.

Internal Data Breaches in the education sector

Schools and universities hold valuable information and intellectual property. Yet, they can’t defend themselves from internal data breaches as companies do.