What Scares Me the Most:
Cybersecurity concerns from the IT director
As technology becomes more sophisticated, so do cyber criminals. Even the most well-prepared and protected organization will experience a cyberattack at some point. While there are many things that a company can do to prevent or thwart such an attack, there are certain points of entry that are more vulnerable than others.
Keeping up with the latest privacy and security technology is an important part of protecting your organization. Your employees, however, are by far your biggest vulnerability. Cyber criminals bank on getting through to that one individual who unwittingly clicks on a phishing link or neglects to practice the security protocols outlined in company policies.
I lose sleep over some of my own employees falling victim to one of these attacks.
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