On :August 16, 2018
• With any major information coming from the computer security, this will automatically become a starker reality impact on all the business organizations. “According to Forbes While government, business leaders, and the media have been saying that cyber-attacks are no longer a question of if, but when the clamor isn’t enough to minimize the harsh effects of these threats. Unfortunately for most, companies won’t know they’ve been hacked until it’s too late.” (Sorrentino Frank, 2015October 26)
• As always when the data formulates will always grow rapidly with the help of frequency, size and cost which will not always be an effective option for no matter what size of the organization. Small organizations will always have been a big target for the cyber attackers. According to the Forbes report, 71% of the cyber-attacks occurred with the organizations with lesser than 100 employees. (Sorrentino Frank, 2015October 26)
• Conducting the awareness programs that to understand the evolving risks of the internal and the external vulnerabilities which can always affect the business that how the cyber hackers can get access to all the organization’s data and how they can make the company weaker in the running world.
Making them understand that how to identify the points of all the going lower.
Creating and maintaining a major security policy which can show up in the corporate world. Verifying all the financial details from the phone instead of replying to them in the email no matter in dealing with the clients, Vendors, and bankers.
Make sure updating software up to date. Delaying in updating the software may always lead to misguide the security applications. This will always lead your business infrastructure to be always secure. Making team drills and discussing the topics of making their atmosphere to be secure.
(Sorrentino Frank, 2015October 26)
Sorrentino, F. (2015, October 26). Cyber Attacks: 5 Ways Small Businesses Can Protect Themselves. Retrieved July 10, 2017, from https://www.forbes.com/sites/franksorrentino/2015/10/26/cyber-attacks-5-ways-small-businesses-can-protect-themselves/#6c00d9e03193
Pointing some note on your discussion
According to author Carrie Wiley in 2013 almost 253 database breaches where all exposed to 552 million identities, which was a recent study by a computer software maker by Symantec. According to the Symantec study all the cyber-attacks where held and pointed the large and small-scale organizations for almost $200,000 in 2010. From the survey of U.S. House of the small business subcommittee on health care and technology has confirmed that after the six months of attack nearly 60% of the small business where dissolved. Insurance policies come up even for the cyber-attacks, but those policies are more pricey compared to the other policies. Insurance policies can range up to $1 million in coverage. Controlling the data coming from all the un