Maximizing Cybersecurity: The Impact of Threats on Business

11 Apr

In recent years, small and medium-sized businesses, like large companies, have been increasingly using digital technologies in their work. However, unlike large corporations, they do not always pay due attention to cybersecurity due to limited resources. The use of free protection programs, lack of cyber-resistant IT infrastructure, lack of IS specialists and low digital literacy of employees in such companies make them an easy target for attackers, who invent new ways of hacking year after year.

The cyber threat landscape continues to evolve. Criminals are arming themselves with artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, allowing them to take their attacks to the next level. In such an environment, to protect businesses, companies need to not only adapt to advanced threats, but to also emphasize the development and implementation of preventative defenses.

  • Evolution of cybercriminals’ functionality: artificial intelligence, DDoS attacks, phishing, etc. What can the domestic cybersecurity market offer in response to new threats?
  • The race between the means of offense and defense. How can developers start playing ahead of the curve?
  • How can small and medium-sided businesses minimize exposure to cyberattacks in a resource-constrained situation?
  • Assessing company security: the benefits of the Purple Teaming approach