Cybersecurity breaches have become one of the most predictable parts of every business. Almost every year, many companies are losing hundreds of billions which is more than the amount spends on recovering from hurricanes. In addition to that when the information like social security numbers and other sensitive data are stolen and it breaks into digital systems.
With the growing need for online safety in the face of the malware attacks, you will find advice from all and sundry. But, listening from the horse’s mouth always pays. Having said that, we mean, it is the real world and thus, experts advising on how to secure your life, estate, or life insurance must be genuine. That’s where companies like LegacyArmour have carved a niche. This is no jargon. You too would agree when you talk to the people there. Sahar M. Ismail, for instance, is the CEO of LegacyArmour. She has more two decades of hands-on experience and expertise in cyber protection while managed clients’ assets worth billions.
The evolution of science and technology has brought many changes since the time immemorial. The journey of the internet, for instance, began in the 1960’s. However, its real journey for the masses started much later. Along with it, came the malware. The purpose of designating October as the National Cybersecurity Month is to raise the awareness on the malware that can potentially rob anyone (an individual or a company) at any point. It also aims to keep the masses updated on the importance of staying secure online.
Today, people cannot think of life without internet and the mobile phone. Having said that, we mean, people are increasing feeling the urge of staying connected round the clock and 365 days a year. The reason behind this urge can be attributed to personal and the business interests. However, the gist is that digitization has been deeply rooted to everyday living. Internet revolution has fast paced the digitization process.