Cyber Security Threats Are Predicted to Rise Higher in 2020

Sun Nov 10, 2019 - 12:30am UTC

SysArc warns small business owners to take protective measures to ensure they will be protected.

November 9, 2019

It is clear that cyber threats are rising in numbers and severity. Hackers are becoming more sophisticated in their work and there are now more spybots and malicious software than ever before. According to cybersecurity experts like SysArc, there are around 350,000 new malicious software threats released every day. Knowing these numbers makes it easy to see why security threats are on the increase.

While everyone is at risk for cyber threats, small business owners face the brunt of problems. Big corporations can afford to hire dedicated teams and lawyers to help them with security breaches, but the average small business owner simply does not have this level of income. It is imperative small business owners learn how to protect themselves and ensure their sensitive information is securely protected.

Companies like cmmc are warning small business owners to understand the complexities of cyber threat protection. Gone are the days companies could install simple antivirus software and stop the worry. Today, companies must think ahead and act proactively to ensure their networks are fully protected. In most cases, this involves professional intervention.

There are a host of advantages to hiring these professionals and business owners need to make sure they hire a company that will not offer a cookie-cutter approach. It takes a concerted and unique effort for each business and one method of protection does not provide for all needs.

When running a business, one of the top responsibilities of an owner is protecting its customers’ sensitive data. Credit card numbers and other pieces of sensitive data must be protected at all times. Breaches can lead to serious complications and could even involve lawsuits from customers who are affected. A breach in security diminishes the trust that has been built with customers and can have a negative impact on the company’s day to day operations.

A security specialist is constantly analyzing the company’s network and ensuring no unauthorized use is occurring. They carefully monitor the flow of information and work to ensure data exchanges are encrypted with the highest level of protection. These professionals work to stop security threats before they even happen and are there when they do, to fix the damages left behind.

This year has already been proven to be one of the worst for cyber threats and 2020 is expected to be even riskier. Vulnerability can be greatly reduced by working with a team of experts who fully understand the complexities of today’s cyber threats. Not only do these professionals work in the present, but they must also visualize the future, to stay a few steps ahead of hackers and cyber attackers.

With a new decade looming just over the horizon, small business owners are at more of a risk for cyber threats than ever before. As sophistication grows in the hacker community, cyber specialists must stay ahead with ongoing training and a centralized focus of operation.

Those business owners who want to fully protect their company’s reputation and their customers’ private information should begin working now to ensure everything is in order. Meeting with a security specialist will allow owners to learn about their options for implementing the strongest level of protection available. Relying on the professionals will help to ensure cyber threats are diminished as much as possible.

Contact Info:
Name: Tim Brennan
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Organization: SysArc
Website: https://www.sysarc.com/

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