Human errors with IT are a serious issue affecting the healthcare sector around the world.
No business can afford to be complacent when it comes to internet security. Every year, cyber attacks cost businesses millions of dollars to deal with. In fact, it’s believed that the global economic cost of cybercrime will hit $6 trillion a year on average by 2021.
If your IT systems have been compromised, more often than not, it’s likely because of an error made by one of your employees.
Your employees rely on different IT systems in order to do their jobs and help your company to run efficiently and effectively.
Cyber crime is tipped to cost businesses around the world $6 trillion annually by 2021. This includes costs associated with safeguarding against it, but also the economic costs to businesses that have been affected.
The Chief Information Officer (CIO) often has a metaphoric tightrope to walk in any organization, delivering innovation, adding value, but also troubleshooting and delivering savings as well.
Your IT department has an important role to play in your organization, keeping it connected with information technology software and hardware, troubleshooting, providing advice and support and making sure that employees are able to carry out their day-to-day work.
With a new year upon us, it’s a great time to take stock of your business practices to determine if they are helping you to get the most bang for your buck.
Hacking, malware, phishing, identity theft, ransomware and viruses have been around for many years now and you might think that you have a handle on it. However cyber security threats are evolving, and methods deployed by cyber criminals are becoming increasingly sophisticated.
Financial details, customer details and personal information, contractual details and intellectual property are just some of the types of information that companies need to keep safe from cyber criminals. This information is valuable to criminals as they can find ways to exploit it and profit from it – at the expense of the company it was stolen from.