Off the back of our security event last week, one thing is clear: we – “we” being all companies, regardless of size and industry – are all being targeted by cyber adversaries. What we’re being targeted for is fairly standard – they want to gain access to our systems, to get a hold of our data, to ultimately, extract (or extort) money. How we’re being targeted is evolving – impersonation emails are rife, perimeter control is getting out of control as our users become more mobile, and password fatigue is making it all too easy for hackers to gain access to our systems.
The recent increase in security breaches is not a hype and is a real risk to all companies of any size. Hear Enablis Managing Director, Stuart Couchman, talk about the new and evolved types of threats, as well as Enablis’ new methodology – in partnership with market leading vendors – that can help eliminate these threats.
It’s often difficult to find time to attend even one event or session, even if it’s important to your business. We understand that. Time is scarce. Imagine trying to attend four events! Well, Enablis has done the ground work for you. We’ve pulled together four market leading security vendors to talk about the hottest (and most critical) topic to IT and Finance leaders – data security.
We’ve partnered with market leading security vendors to deliver tailored, scalable solutions ideal for mid-sized enterprises. Find out more about how each area of data security can pose a threat to your security posture, and how Enablis can help prevent breaches to your organisation.
Barely two months into 2019 and we’re already seeing a surge in security breaches. In Australia alone, Big W, Hawthorn Football Club, Nova Entertainment, My Health Records and Victorian Public Servants have already suffered cyber breaches in January this year, and the Dept of Parliamentary Services and Bunnings have been breached just this month.
The number and severity of security breaches are on the rise. Did you know that in 2017:
malware breaches were up by a staggering 88%?* the average cost of an attack was USD $2.4 million per attack?** the most expensive component of a cyber-attack being information loss (43%)?** It’s all a huge risk to rely on an inferior security platform.
SMBs often have much tighter purse strings and need to work a lot smarter to achieve the same goals. So how do you work smarter? Here are some tips on ensuring your UC environment is secure, without breaking the bank: