How to Bounce Your Business Back After a Data Breach
You can save your business and brand reputation by preparing for the worst-case scenario in the event of a cyberattack.A data breach can destroy your brand’s reputation. Your best and often the only course of action is to recover as soon as possible.Through a well thought out and strategic plan, you can bounce your company back after a minor and major data breach by protecting your data hubs better and rebuilding what you've lost.A Look at Data DisastersIn 2018, successful cyberattacks cost enterprises an average of nearly $4 million, according to the IBM 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study. Data breaches are a serious threat to your organization. Resultantly, you must take precautions to prevent the compromise of your company’s data. By preparing ahead of time, you can recover from the devastating fallout of a data breach as quickly as possible.Hackers can compromise your network in several ways. Popular attack vectors for cyberattacks are:· Distributed denial-of-service (DDOS)· Phishing· Ransomware· Spyware· VirusesDuring these attacks, malicious actors typically make off with ...Read More on Datafloq
Feb. 14, 2020, 12:39 a.m.