Everything you can image is connected to the internet. Your home security, car, phone and so many other devices. The world is going “Io-T” Internet of Things which is the term coined to describe the proliferation and expansion of devices that are connected to the internet. With everything connected, how you maintain security is a more pressing issue than ever before. Proof of this are the ransomware and related criminal activities on the rise.
Imagine coming into your office one day and not being able to work – as if the carpet was pulled out from under you. Ransomware attacks can affect individuals and entire organizations, in some cases leading to organization-wide shut-down. The cost of disruption and cleanup, as well as personal unrest of such a violation is enough to set you on edge.
Manufacturing organizations, businesses, and even churches and police departments have not been able to evade the covert and destructive intentions of cybercriminals behind engineered attacks.
So what can you do to protect your business?