In today’s digital age, data is everything. But with the abundance of data comes the risk of data loss. Cyberattacks are on the rise, and the numbers are staggering. According to recent statistics, computers with internet access are under attack every 39 seconds, an alarming threat to cybersecurity.

But whether it’s due to human error, natural disasters, or cyber-attacks, the effects of data loss can be catastrophic for any business. That’s why it’s essential to have a robust data loss prevention strategy in place.

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The third quarter of 2022 saw a whopping number of 108.9 million data breaches. Not only did those data breaches cause big concern for consumers, but they also caused governments to start cracking down on privacy regulations.

One way that businesses can help avoid breaches such as these, and adhere to privacy regulations, is with PII scanning technology. However, there are many other ways that PII scanning can help companies and their growing customer base.

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With the advent of several innovations, cybersecurity issues have been on the rise, threatening the business industry. Many malicious hackers and other cybercriminals use advanced tools to infiltrate companies’ security systems. However, a single cybersecurity breach may have an astronomical impact on an organization. Aside from operational disruption, it may result in significant revenue loss, stolen client data, and reputational damage.   

Fortunately, if you’re a business owner, there’s no need to fret about these cybersecurity risks at all times. There are effective ways that can help minimize cybersecurity risks and threats. Read on to learn more.   

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IT security is an absolute essential for any business that handles data, and businesses that are experts in implementing cybersecurity strategies and solutions can be in high demand. If you are a cybersecurity professional who is thinking about starting your own solutions or consulting business, then there are a lot of things to consider when it comes to keeping your new enterprise compliant and protected, and one of these is insurance.

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If you’ve been in the IT industry or are looking to get into it, you probably know about cybersecurity certifications. You’ve also heard that certified professionals make about $15,000 more, and you don’t want to miss out on that huge pay raise.

If you’re interested in getting a cybersecurity certification but don’t have time to attend classes at a college campus or university, this article will highlight the best ones available online. Keep reading to learn the most in-demand certifications, what they cover, and how to get them.

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According to NIST, “Organizations are increasingly adopting cloud services to improve business agility and efficiency. Cloud service models offer economies of scale and elasticity that can help organizations rapidly deploy new applications and services. However, the adoption of cloud services also introduces new security risks.” If you’re looking for ways to secure your business in the cloud, then you’ll want to read this NIST Cloud Security Audit Checklist. In it, we will discuss some important steps that you need to take to keep your data safe.

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Technology has revolutionized how businesses interact and engage with customers and other enterprises. The advancement has also made it hard for businesses to keep track of various technologies used in their organizations. It has also introduced another challenge in managing system applications and products (SAP) security. 

In the last few years, security officers have relied on the SAP BASIS team to manage SAP security. However, SAP technology has evolved dramatically in the previous years, impacting its cybersecurity architecture. Improving your SAP security will protect business-sensitive data against manipulation and deletion. 

This article outlines everything you need to know about SAP security. You’ll understand what SAP cyber security is, why it’s crucial, and more. Keep reading. 

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In the digital age, it has become more critical for organizations to collect data to improve their decisions in every aspect of the business. Given the value of companies’ and consumers’ data, it’s no surprise that hackers often target them to access these data. Regardless, as cyberattacks on businesses are currently on the rise, your business must be able to mitigate the risks and consequences of becoming a victim. 

That said, one strategy worth considering is using disaster recovery and having a disaster recovery plan to mitigate the cybersecurity risks of your business. This is primarily because an expected outcome of cyberattacks is data loss and hardware damage. Disaster recovery helps you recover the data you lose in the event of a cyberattack, power outage, or natural disaster. Moreover, a disaster recovery plan will outline your company’s response to such disruptive occurrences and return to regular operation as soon as possible. 

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Cybersecurity matters now more than ever. With digital transformation or increased use of digital technology, there’s a massive shift to using more complex software or business systems. Besides, there’s a greater need to safeguard data and processes by establishing and adding extra protective layers of cybersecurity protocols.  

Three-dimensional (3D) visualization tools can visualize a prototype, product, service, or event, including cybersecurity vulnerabilities and threats. Hence, 3D visualization is one of the cybersecurity strategies organizations implement with the rising cyber risks and attack rates.  

This article explains how 3D visualization tools can help enhance your cybersecurity strategy.  

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Over the last couple of decades, many entrepreneurs and small business owners as well as global business giants have seen the value of selling their goods and services online through e-commerce as opposed to opening a physical brick and mortar store. 

While e-commerce, whether it is social media selling ventures, websites, or online marketplaces, is incredibly profitable when done right (especially in relation to overhead costs in traditional setups) it is still a ripe feeding ground for malicious hackers and breaches of cybersecurity. 

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