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How Cybersecurity Retainers Can Help Secure Your Business 24/7

In November 2023, a ruthless cyberattack led to a 7-hour internet outage in public hospitals and polyclinics across Singapore. The disruption, categorised as a Distributed-Denial-of-Service attack, prevented legitimate users from accessing online services and crippled internal services such as emails and productivity tools. While the entire ordeal was contained without long-term consequences, a survey of local companies found that 86% of small-medium businesses were ill-equipped to defend themselves against a cyber attack. If you find yourself within that demographic, read on to find out how cybersecurity retainers offer round-the-clock protection for your business.

Importance of Cybersecurity for Businesses and Tips for Staying Safe Online

Importance of Cybersecurity for Businesses and Tips for Staying Safe Online

While digital transformation and technological advancements have brought many benefits to businesses, it also exposes them to more cyber threats, leading to potential significant setbacks. For example, organisations may face the constant risk of data breaches, brand image damages and financial losses. For smaller enterprises, the financial impact of a cyberattack can be even more devastating. Therefore, businesses should prioritise cybersecurity as a fundamental aspect of their operations, safeguarding their assets, reputation, and future growth. This article will pinpoint the importance of cybersecurity for businesses, and share tips for staying safe online.

3 Ways to Meet Expectations of a Hybrid Workforce

One of the biggest challenges of hybrid work is bridging the collaboration gap between remote and in-office workers across different locations and time zones. Remote workers may feel isolated, left out or disadvantaged compared to their in-office peers. On the other hand, as more and more workspaces become hybrid, infrastructure gaps or management discrepancies may lead to in-office workers struggling to communicate effectively with their remote colleagues or miss out on more nuanced interactions.

The next major threat to cybersecurity is quantum hacking

Yahoo, eBay, Equifax, Target Store and Uber. What exactly do these big businesses have in common? These six businesses have been the targets of the largest data breaches in the 21st century. 3 billion accounts were affected in Yahoo, 145 million users in eBay, Personal information of 143 million users from Equifax were affected, 110 million customers were affected in Target Store, 57 million Uber users and drivers were also affected by the breeches (Stage2Data, 2022).

5 Ransomware Attacks that Shocked the World

The coronavirus has really done a number on information security infrastructure. As if a public health crisis weren’t enough, threat actors have been taking advantage of sharp changes in IT behaviour and business imperatives to sneak into unsuspecting networks. Ransomware criminals have been around for decades, but the drastic rise in cyber-attacks over the last couple of years is concerning.