WEBINAR: Learn About the Nuances that Surround Cyber Crime

WEBINAR: Learn About the Nuances that Surround Cyber Crime

By Greg Tavarez

Cyberattacks are escalating in both frequency and financial devastation, raising alarm bells for businesses worldwide. An IBM report reveals the global average cost of a data breach rose to $4.45 million in 2023, a concerning 15% increase over the past three years.

Equally worrisome is the hidden cost of downtime resulting from DNS issues stemming from cyberattacks. According to "The Total Economic Impact of Infoblox DDI," downtime from DNS issues racks up an average of $500,225 per organization – stemming from lost employee productivity, missed business opportunities and frustrated customers fuel this alarming figure.

The sheer volume of financial losses raises questions about the efficacy of certain established countermeasures. MFA, for instance, is losing ground as a standalone solution. Organizations and their IT teams are expressing waning confidence, likely due to a combination of user fatigue with security procedures and vulnerabilities inherent in certain MFA implementations.

The message is clear: the cyber landscape is leaving some traditional defenses lagging behind. Businesses must critically re-evaluate their security posture.

If you're a business owner or leader eager to uncover new revenue streams through enhanced security solutions, a security professional who seeks fresh insights into the evolving threat landscape or a technology partner looking to maximize the potential of existing offerings, ask yourself this: "Am I ready for the next attack?"

To help you answer that question, join Miles Walker, channel development manager, Kaseya, as he cracks open the world of cybercrimes and gives attendees some insights into some stories during his webinar titled “Cyber Crimes: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” taking place from 2-3 p.m. EST on Tuesday, January 30. From Japan's tech hubs to Dutch cyber cafes, his journey will expose vulnerabilities businesses may not have considered.

The webinar equips attendees with practical tools to elevate their cyber hygiene. Attendees will learn the essential cybersecurity products for 2024 to block out new threats and fortify their digital perimeter. They will discover the financial and reputational risks businesses face and how proactive defense safeguards their success. Attendees will also learn about the "must-have" product for cyber insurance.

Don't let cybercrime lurk in the shadows. Register now for this free webinar.

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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