Source: National Cyber Security News
In the last few years, cyber security has gone from an issue that’s important to only a small percentage of tech-oriented businesses, to a core priority for organisations of all shapes and sizes across the world.
As such, it’s now common for every business to have cyber security policies in place, and to spend considerable amounts of money making sure they have the software and systems necessary to protect against attacks from cyber criminals. With the Europe-wide General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect, this issue is gaining more prominence than ever before, and the inexorable digitisation of key business processes means this is a trend that’s unlikely to ever be reversed.
However, there’s more to cyber security than simply spending money on the right antivirus programs. To protect your company from the full range of threats out there, you need to be sure that your entire corporate culture is dedicated to the principle and taking the necessary action to prevent threats from developing. This should be the goal for any organisation – particularly given that many firms are not quite living up to this vision just yet.