While front line defense mechanisms like firewalls, anti-theft, anti-spyware, etc. definitely act as a strong deterrent against cyber attacks, they are rendered useless when a hacker gains inside entry by exploiting their vulnerabilities to bypass them.
Before I unveil my two cents /pence of worldwide wisdom, let’s shed some light on the other victim of business travel – your devices’ digital journey.
We will cover 4 key technologies that play a pivotal role in protecting data — both at rest and in motion, and 3 important steps that organisations need to take to adhere to the bill’s mandates.
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While most Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) have already deployed strong front line defense systems like firewalls, anti-virus, anti-malware, intrusion detection, etc. to thwart malicious attacks, sophisticated hackers are breaching them with surprising ease today.
As per the H1 results of Gemalto’s 2018 Breach Level Index, more than 3.3 billion data files were breached across the globe in the first six months of 2018 alone. This figure marks an increase of a whopping 72% over those recorded for H1 2017!