Cybersecurity and cybercrime have continued their near exponential growth in 2020 with an estimated 85% more cybercrime globally than was reported in 2019. There is increased focus and thought being put towards cybersecurity in both commercial and government sectors.
Much has been publicised in 2020 about increasing cyber attacks on Australian businesses. Data shows that the number of attacks has in fact increased by 30%. Amongst the conversation, businesses have been urged to adopt Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA). Whilst most people have generally been exposed to this in some form, many remain unclear as to the true purpose & meaning.
Asking someone if they value IT security is like asking someone whether or not they value profit. Predictably, 100% of the people you talk to will agree, but not everyone will know how to actually improve their results.
Thankfully you do not need to be a cyber security expert to adopt a more secure approach to how you handle your businesses data.
With so much of the work force engaged in remote working, many businesses have had to learn quickly how to maintain productivity & culture, whilst also remaining secure as their people connect in from home each day.
At Premier Technology Solutions, we're sharing the hints, tips and best practices being adopted by ourselves and our clients as our aim it to not only survive but thrive in this peculiar environment.