When businesses face a cyber attack, they are normally either part of an automated cyber campaign, tasked with spanning as far and wide as possible for mass impact. However sometimes, the attack is targeted; aimed directly at your company to either exfiltrate vital information or cause disruption.
In either scenario, access to your critical business assets is the goldmine for these attacks, whether that is intentionally or passively.
NOT ALL BREACHES ARE CREATED EQUAL
In the constant dual between cyber teams and cyber criminals, breaches occur. These range in size and impact, depending on how well prepared the organisation is for an attack.
Securing your critical assets strengthens your cyber security posture and minimises the potential impact of a cyber breach in your organisation.
25% of UK businesses were targeted by cyber-criminals in 2019, with the most-at-risk group being large companies with at least 250 employees.
Cyber Security Study, undertaken by IPS Beaming