Over the past few decades, technology has evolved and become a progressively vital aspect of the workplace.
From email exchange and financial agreement to professional networking and joint work documents, businesses now always depend on technology to be connected and handling their work effectively. When the communication line is vulnerable or even jeopardized, it can have adverse impact on the business.
However, cyber security is not limited to only big businesses. Small to medium business are also at risk of a cyberattack too. Last year in Singapore, SingHealth suffered a major data breach, which exposed the personal particulars of 1.5 million patients. This example is the tip of the iceberg and accentuate the urgency for businesses to protect their virtual involvements from malicious attacks with a robust security system.
Regarded as one of the most uncontrollable and personal threats our cyber security, data leaks can be extremely detrimental to both an individual or business. All businesses possess a chain of information, from a client’s observation to an employee data which generally encompasses their sensitive information which can effortlessly be put at risk if businesses don’t invest their time and money on cyber security.
An effective way that businesses can ensure their data is safeguarded from any leaks is by constricting the amount of personal information readily available in the general domain.
With cyber-attack and threats slowly rising, there’s no better time for businesses to be engaged and acting against possible cyber security breaches.