Far from sci-fi depictions, artificial intelligence – through machine learning algorithms and big data – is key to defusing today's evolving cyberthreats.
WannaCry ransomware, expected to cost up to $4 billion, could have been drastically curtailed with automated patching.
Regular reports from your cybersecurity service provider can confirm the value of the service, as well as identify issues and opportunities to be addressed.
Having detected the penetration of your cybersecurity perimeter, the next step is to resolve the problem and get back into normal operations quickly.
At the same time the cybersecurity threatscape is getting scarier, SMBs face even greater pressures with more risks and less resources.
The Cloud - private, public and/or hybrid - has many benefits, but security will continue to be an ongoing challenge.
Cybersecurity is a moving target, and security processes, practices, hardware and software must evolve with the technologies, applications and threats.
Success in the cybersecurity service business can be enhanced by addressing your SMB prospects’ threat tolerance issues and concerns.
The framework of an effective cybersecurity strategy rests on three pillars - prevention, detection and resolution - and all three are necessary.