We live in a world of constant connection. You wake up in the morning and check your phone, link your phone to your car's Bluetooth adapter on your way to work, purchase coffee at your favorite cafe, and connect to the internet in order to do your job's daily responsibilities. From when you woke up to when you got to work you've already used four different device connections without even realizing it. What happens if these connections are forcefully disrupted?
Experts predict that by 2020 there will be more than 200 billion connected "things". Humans love software, that's why we are putting it everywhere. This influx of connected "things" is changing how we live our lives and interact with the world around us. The more we become dependent on our devices, the more vulnerable we become. Technology is a wonderful and positive industry that helps all of us enhance how we live, but it also opens up new doorways for cyber crime.
Cybersecurity problems are everywhere and, in fact, most technology is vulnerable and can be hacked. We hear about these occurrences on a daily basis: identify fraud, alarm systems, and user information breaches are just a few examples. But if you are an organization that is starting to move towards implementing new technological solutions and advancements, how can you implement a sound security structure?
Cybersecurity readiness programs may seem complex in nature but in reality, the implementation process can be achieved with the right professional teams and implementable solutions.
We will be hosting a special "How to Implement a Cyber Security Readiness Program" webinar on 8/23 at 2:00 PM ET featuring Senior Account Executive at ABA Insurance Services, and Mark Madar, President of Risk Compliance Group LLC. For more information, view the button below.