Are You Quite Sure Lightning Won’t Strike the Same Place Twice?
Organizations can no longer assume they won’t have a cyber security breach. Some pundits state that it is only a matter of when, not if.
The ramifications of a breach can range from internal and minor to external and catastrophic brand damage. In any case, I would assume organizations affected would want to take the additional steps to prevent a security breach happening again. Not so, suggests this graphic.
It appears that few organizations are willing to make changes to their security plans, 31 percent in fact, but 52 percent have no changes planned, surprisingly. Rather a cavalier attitude, don’t you think?
Regardless of whether a cyberattack can go viral and cause significant organizational damage, or may be just a sales rep about to quit who downloads the customer list, organizational assets must be protected.
If your organization was a victim of a cyberattack, would you expect an adjustment to the security plan? If not, why not?
Join us for our ‘Eliminate the 17.4% Documents that Contain Data Breaches’ webinar on Wednesday, September 13th. Issues relating to security breaches from within content now occur with alarming frequency. This session shows how to focus on the identification of unknown security exposures that exist as content is ingested or created, to avoid costly and damaging ramifications.