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7 business continuity strategy best practices

 business continuity strategy best practices

If (when?) your clients express skepticism about the risks their business faces, you might try offering up these numbers:

  1. Cyberattacks that target businesses nearly doubled between 2016 and 2017, driven by an enormous spike in ransomware, including ransom denial-of-service (RDoS) attacks. Result: overall, the cost of a cyberattack has increased more than 27% from 2016 to 2017.

  2. 2017 was the most expensive year on record for natural disasters, due in significant part to extreme weather events across the U.S. that caused a total of $306 billion in damage. Last year saw 16 separate billion-dollar events, including three tropical cyclones, eight severe storms, two inland floods, a crop freeze, drought, and wildfire.
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Cybersecurity best practices:
Remember the basics + 3 strategies

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In my last post, I described people-focused cybersecurity best practices to share with your clients. This time, I’m adding some key cybersecurity best practices basics as well as three essential cybersecurity strategies.

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4 security vulnerabilities your clients should look out for

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Security vulnerabilities tend to stick around. SQL injection, for instance, has been a popular means of exploiting databases for years and remains a significant cyber threat.

As we respond by adapting and fortifying our security defenses, however, cyberattack targets tend to shift — so it’s essential to understand the ever-changing nature of your clients’ risk landscape.

These days, your clients need to be aware of several ways that cybercriminals are likely to threaten their operations:

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