Data is ground-breaking for business growth. For a business to advance, data must be protected from cyber-attacks. Attacks that could completely ruin a business. Developing Cyber Security Specialists within your business ensures that your growth is monitored whilst stabilised as the world we operate in becomes increasingly digital.
What are Cyber Security Specialists?
Cyber Security Specialists identify where vulnerabilities exist in your business by developing and deploying the necessary measures to both strengthen security and eliminate potential threats.
By helping businesses regain control of their security, these specialists can keep up with the greatest developments that have arisen from the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic such as, Digital Nomads.
Many businesses have increased the level of flexibility for their employees after Covid-19 lockdowns. Increasing remote workers and a greater use of technology, bringing with it a new type of worker called the Digital Nomad.
What are Digital Nomads?
Digital Nomads work remotely anywhere, anytime and on numerous digital devices. Whilst connected to different Wi-Fi networks and hotspots. Exposing them to more cyber threats as they operate under the unknown. These workers are essential to operate in the increasingly digital world. But for them to operate efficiently their activity needs protecting from cyber threats.
In 2022, 82% of cyber-attacks began with a human factor. Ransomware breaches increased by 13% which is more than in the last 5 years, combined! 62% of incidents in the system intrusion pattern involved threat actors infiltrating businesses.1 In simple terms, cyber-attackers are negotiating with our vulnerabilities cleverer and more so.
To keep your business protected from these threats and on top of the challenges of the UK labour market, Cyber Security Specialists will allow you to recruit more employers from different locations who prize skill sets you need without compromising the safety of your business. So that the price you pay, funds your business growth.
As we arise from the global pandemic, businesses must accelerate their efforts to reinforce their security culture to bridge the security awareness gap and stand strong in the increasingly digital world.