Why Cyber Security?

The importance of cyber security is growing and emphasised in our digitalising world.

The ever-changing world of cyber security requires the wisdom and expertise in order to make the right decisions based on an up-to-date situational awareness. Leadership requires analysed and reliable information to support its work, as well as an understanding of the interdependencies between events and phenomena, global trends and the changing operating environment.

Increasing situational awareness and understanding through reliable analyses, reports, training and exercises are the most cost-effective way to improve the overall security of a company. It is also the most natural way to build an organisation’s own cyber culture in a way that engages the entire staff.

Cyber security must cover our entire digital operating environment and create a basis for safe and reliable operations.

Our operating environment and, in the future, an increasing number of our activities will be connected to the Internet; to people, places and things, which increase the likelihood of being a target for cyber criminals.

The mission behind cyber security is to secure the functions of critical infrastructure as well as protect your organisations most valuable assets, guide your organisations strategic digital and cyber security thinking. It must be a part of your organisation’s cyber security culture that strengthens your organisation’s resilience to crises and reduces business risks.

Gone are the days when simple firewalls and anti-virus programs were enough to secure your company’s most valuable assets, data, personnel and IPR.

Company management can no longer leave the overall security of a company to cyber security professionals alone. With better cyber security, you will boost your business and improve your competitiveness, especially in the global market.

Cybercriminal activity is one of the biggest challenges that humanity will face in the next two decades.

What is the impact of cyber crime?

A lack of focus on cyber security can damage your business in a range of ways, including:

Economic costs: Theft of intellectual property, corporate information, disruption in trading and the cost of recovery

Reputational costs: Loss of consumer trust, loss of current and future customers to competitors and poor media coverage

Regulatory costs: GDPR and other data breach laws mean that your organisation could suffer from regulatory fines or sanctions as a result of cyber crimes

 

 

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