Cyber attacks require double the current security

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On average, more than 85 million cyber attacks are reported each year

Currently, most organizations around the world manage information technology services in the cloud. Data, operations and transactions pass through the network and this causes criminals to cause much greater damage with attacks that are increasingly sophisticated, in addition, that each device – of a company or staff – is vulnerable to these attacks.

On average, more than 85 million cyber attacks are reported every year, but this number only reflects five or six percent of the total incidents.

In most cases, when companies are hacked do not report these attacks to the authorities, only seek their solution, so the real number of attacks perpetrated organizations is approaching one billion incidents worldwide, according to the expert in security in the network and digital intelligence, Ankit Fadia, with whom KIO Networks had the opportunity to interact in the 1st. CEAL Extended Board in Panama.

The more devices connected to the IoT, the more it will attract the attention of cybercriminals and the companies need to be prepared to protect their assets with cybersecurity, because hacking a computer is very easy; there is already downloadable software that can learn to be used in a few hours to penetrate the security of any company, continues Fadia.

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