Businesses worldwide are leveraging IoT for benefits such as seamless collaboration, access to comprehensive data and the ability to make stronger business decisions based on data-derived insights. Experts estimate the total number of installed IoT-connected devices worldwide will amount to 30.9 billion by 2025!
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications are more popular than ever. Almost every company uses at least one SaaS application on a daily basis. The global SaaS market is expected to reach $185.8 billion by 2024, as more businesses move online and adapt their operations to cloud-based software for convenience and a more linear projection of future expectations.
One of the many challenges you might face as a business owner is dealing with the vague requirements present in HIPAA and PCI-DSS legislation. Due to the unclear regulatory messaging, “assuming” rather than “knowing” can land your organization in big trouble with regulators.
With the cyber landscape getting more and more complex as the days go by, cybersecurity deserves more attention than it ever has before. You can no longer put all your faith and trust in just applications, interfaces, networks, devices, traffic and users. Misplacing your trust can lead to severe losses and breaches that will hurt your business. Zero Trust Security practices, however, can go a very long way towards helping small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) minimize their cybersecurity risks and prevent these horrible, business-threatening data breaches.
This short blog will help shed some light on the types of insider threats to detect and mitigate, the damage they could cause, the user aspects that increase these risks, and the security protocols you should implement to prevent and reduce these future threats.
Before taking any preventative security measures, it is necessary to understand who causes these risks and why. In this blog, we’ll discuss all aspects of insider threats including the motivations behind them, primary targets, consequences of this, and more.