Organisations rely heavily on IT to run their day to day, business-critical operations. The availability, integrity and security of these systems is therefore essential to the continued success of that organisation and vital to its future prosperity.
There is debate as to whether we are in the “Information Age”, the “Technology Age” or the “Experience Age” as technology, and how we interact with it, continues to advance and evolve at an uncontrollable pace. What isn’t debatable however, is the extraordinary increase in both the complexity and frequency of cyber-attacks, cyber-intrusion and their potential effect on businesses of all sizes.
As individuals and organisations continue to embrace a digital first approach, the economic opportunities are huge and the uptake therefore increasing. The global effects of digitisation and digital transformation will however, create an enhanced risk profile for all. With the unprecedented growth and sophistication of cyber threats and Cyber intrusion and their often-costly impact, a lack of security awareness or ignorance of the possible dangers, can result in organisations being exploited, leaving behind profound business impact and the possibility of significant financial penalty or loss.