Cyber Security: Prevention and Post-Attack Response

Cyber attacks are known as orchestrated launches by cybercriminals either from a single computer or multiple networks. These criminals are in search of business financial details, customer information, login credentials, and other confidential information. According to a Clark School study, a cybercrime occurs once every 36 seconds. It’s important for organizations to understand how cybercrime works in order to sufficiently prevent attacks. 

In this era of data breaches and cyber crime, hackers do whatever it takes to trick you into giving information away so they can utilize it. The most common way is through phishing, where a hacker sends an email with a coded link to a virus or falsified website. Depending on the code that the link has been encrypted with, this simple click could lead to disastrous consequences for any company. 

Preventing a data breach requires both awareness and protection. One way to prevent an attack is to employ a Zero Trust policy. One of the leaders in Zero Trust policy, Appgate, will be providing a deep dive into why Zero Trust is critical to protecting your organization. 

Another common challenge many companies face is a lack of internal resources and skilled expertise to protect their organizations and respond to an attack. Companies without a dedicated cyber security team or CISO can greatly benefit from outsourcing this mission critical responsibility. Trustwave’s SpiderLabs team provides industry-leading managed security services and technologies to help companies fill the security defense gap. 

Learn more here about how you can better protect your organization at our cyber security deep dive with our featured presenters Appgate and Trustwave. Join us on November 9th and 10th at 10:00am-11:00am PST for a closer look into protecting your organization against attacks, and the tools, technologies, and solutions available to help in the event an attack does happen. 

Share This Post

Subscribe For Updates

Get updates and learn from the Leaders In Cloud Communications.

More To Explore

Can’t Find Fax Expertise to Support Your Environment?

Faxing isn’t dead, it’s just transitioned from a physical machine to servers, and more recently to the cloud. Despite its relevance in industries such as finance and healthcare, IT Management programs are not producing many graduates with an expertise in fax technology. This creates a challenge for companies who rely heavily on the transmission of

7 Reasons to Migrate Your Fax Environment

Over the years, companies have made the migration from their on-premise fax server to the cloud. This is due to the high error rate of the machine, maintenance costs, confidential documents left out, and customer dissatisfaction. Cloud fax can solve these issues and provide additional benefits to your organization.  You may feel unsure about making

Do You Need A Cloud Communications Partner?

drop us a line and keep in touch


Webinar: CATO Networks SASE Exploration and Demo

If you’re considering a new platform that delivers end-to-end visibility in any location for all network users, applications, and activity, then Secure Access Service Edge …

Read More →


How to Improve Productivity and Patient Care with Cloud-Based Referral Management

The Importance of Patient Referral Management For healthcare providers, one of the most critical operational processes is referral management. Having an effective process for patient …

Read More →

Do you have any questions?

Please contact us directly via our contact form or you can call us directly at (310) 750-7200.

Scroll to Top