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Be proactive, not reactive: 5 steps to a cyber security prevention plan
Cyber security news, such as the Marriott hack in November, is dominating headlines, and becoming a serious headache for business leaders. This article offers CTOs, businesses and tech leaders the advice and actionable information they need to implement a solid cyber prevention plan. And, make sure that their business is not tomorrow’s headline. A new report has found that nearly two-thirds of respondents lack confidence in their organisations’ ability to prevent serious damage from a cyber attack. As technology grows more sophisticated, so to do hackers as they constantly work on new threats and software. Only this month, hotel giant Marriott was found to have suffered one of the world’s biggest hacks ever reported following a string of security breaches, leading to the theft of data from its 500-million customer database. Hackers are using valid credentials and connections to make it substantially more difficult for businesses to detect them. But at a time when we are increasingly relying on connected devices which store and utilise vast pools of valuable information, organisations must take the time to develop a sound security strategy to prevent their data from falling into the wrong hands.
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