- 10th February 2021
- Posted by: SAR Computing
- Category: Cyber Security
Many people will tell you that 2020 was a year to forget, a negative year or even a year that needs to be taken away from the history book. We’d like to use this opportunity to say that 2020 should be used as an eye-opening year and serve as a wake-up call for businesses. The many attempts to provide quick remote access and flexible working condition enhanced the flaws that were in the security infrastructures and has opened doors to many cyber threats – Are you ready for the changes?
It is important to understand that first and foremost, cyber-security can’t be considered a one-off investment or a destination in terms of going from point A to point B. Cyber-Security has developed into a journey that is always evolving. The number of threats, hackers and risks are constantly changing and arising, and laying solid security foundations with a pro-active strategy is essential. Furthermore, although no system can be 100% secure, being pro-active and effectively identifying security priorities when making investments will deliver the best outcomes and we can help you when developing your strategy.
However, being flexible when deciding the priorities should definitely not come at the cost of the business’ security. Cyber-Security is not about spending as much as possible, or even investing in everything cyber related to protect your business. Instead, you can do more with less money by simply consulting your cyber-security team and figuring our which aspects of your business are most vulnerable. Conducting a cyber-security audit of your business would go a long way in protecting your IT environment.
Don’t wait for tomorrow! It all starts now, and you are better off being safe than sorry. The future is now! Lay the foundation now to start the year safely and build on it throughout the year by further understanding the risks and vulnerabilities of your business. Should you need help, we can help you! We’re happy to answer to any enquiries, please contact us.