If you’re not taking an active role in encrypting and securing your company’s most sensitive data, you might as well be leaving the key to your corporate safe unlocked. In today’s digital world, our increasing reliance on technologies like corporate cloud computing and file storage systems, online banking, and virtual email servers are leaving many businesses significantly more vulnerable to cybercrime.
Despite the threat, not all executives understand just how dangerous cybercrime can be to their company’s bottom line; and whether you’re an IT manager or an outside consultant, you may need to convince them of the need to take data security precautions seriously. This shouldn’t be too difficult, considering that the average data breach costs an incredible $4 million. However, if that statistic doesn’t do the trick, here are five more that might:
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