GUEST INTERVIEW: During 2020, cyber attacks surged, teaching business many lessons that have made companies and their staff much safer, but as the attacks continue, what must companies do to be as proactively secure as possible?
GUEST OPINION: The unprecedented events of 2020 had a profound impact on industrial enterprises worldwide, forcing companies to rapidly pivot to a distributed workforce model. This sudden shift significantly increased reliance on remote-access connections, while accelerating digital transformation and making strong, purpose-built industrial cybersecurity increasingly essential.
Today is International Data Privacy day, and as incidents of brute force attacks skyrocket and 80% of companies operate without password policies, cyber protection experts warn that “breaches in 2021 are poised to expose more data than ever”.
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