Cybercrime remains a critical concern for businesses, but it’s not always clear how to best defend against it. Too often, companies wait for something to happen and then scramble to repair the damage — reacting instead of preparing. By then, valuable resources have already been compromised.
Instead, to ensure continued growth and robust security, leaders need to adopt a long-term view and think proactively. Most importantly, they have to invest in defense based on the risk, as well as the technological options for detection and prevention.
The Cybercrime Threat Is Real — and Growing
The cost of cybercrime is slated to reach an astounding $6 trillion globally by 2021, according to...