Impact of cyber attack on your business or organization.
A successful cyber attack can cause major damage to your business. It can affect your bottom line as well as your business’s standing and consumer trust. The impact of a security breach can be broadly divided into three categories: financial, reputational, and legal.
Cyber attacks often result in substantial financial losses arising from:
In dealing with the breach, businesses will also generally incur costs associated with repairing affected systems, networks, and devices.
Trust is an essential element of a customer relationship. Cyber attacks can damage your business’ reputation and break the trust your customers have in you. This, in turn, could potentially lead to:
The effect of reputational damage can even impact your suppliers or affect relationships you may have with partners, investors, and other third parties vested in your business.
Data protection and privacy laws require you to manage the security of all personal data you hold, whether on your staff or your customers. If this data is accidentally or deliberately compromised and you have failed to deploy appropriate security measures, you may face fines and regulatory sanctions.
Security breaches can devastate even the most resilient of businesses. It is extremely important to manage the risks accordingly.
You can contact Cyber1 Defense Communication to check your cyber security service and perform a range of simple online checks to identify common vulnerabilities in your public-facing IT.
Cyber1 Defense Communication also offers a free Cyber Action Plan. By answering a few simple questions, you can get a free personalized action plan that lists what you or your organization can do right now to protect against cyber attacks.
After an attack happens, an effective cyber security incident response plan can help you:
Investing in user training, education, and awareness in your organization will also help with its safety.
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