Nowadays, we use the Internet to do (almost) everything: shopping, watching movies and series, making bank transfers, checking important data, and much more. And if before we could only do all these things through a fixed computer, nowadays we can do all this through a smartphone or a tablet. This whole new world of possibilities has brought with it numerous computer threats, so information security has become a priority for organizations. Protecting against cyber attacks today is not a choice but a necessity, and the numbers are not misleading: about 60% of small and medium-sized businesses do not reopen after suffering a cyber attack. Therefore, it is essential that companies protect themselves properly. In today’s article, we leave you 5 days of information security so you can apply it to your business!
The new General Regulation on Data Protection takes effect in a few days. The new legislation provides for heavy fines for infringements and one of the main concerns of companies is related to possible private data breaches. Companies are increasingly concerned about the security of their customers ‘and vendors’ private data as security threats have increased in number and efficiency. But after all, what to do in case of private data breach?