Detecting a data breach is key to mitigating damage and preventing future breaches and cyberattacks.
Data breaches and cyberattacks are on the rise, hitting large and small businesses alike. Hackers can steal client data, pilfer your bank accounts, or shut down your computers and demand a ransom. There are a few tips, however, that you can follow to reduce the risk of a data breach at your company.
Cyber threats like denial-of-service attacks and phishing can hurt your reputation and your bottom line. Follow these steps to protect your business and your clients against cyber crime.
Depending on the scale and severity of a cyberattack and the cost of data recovery, settlements or judgments could easily top six figures. Evaluate your business risk to determine how much cyber liability insurance you need.
Tech companies are required to notify affected customers after a data breach. Here are a few tips for complying with state laws and avoiding potentially bankrupting expenses.
An acceptable use policy outlines what people can and can’t do on an organization’s internet connection. It can help protect your business and your clients from data breaches, cyberattacks, and other liabilities.
Data breaches that expose sensitive digital assets can cause expensive lawsuits. Learn the difference between first-party and third-party cyber liability insurance and how these policies can help your business handle cybercrime.
In lost revenue and data, the cost of a DDoS attack on your tech business or your client’s business can escalate quickly. In fact, the average small to medium-sized business spends $120,000 per attack.