The dramatic events of the past two years have forced businesses to make remote working for staff a standard practice, rather than the occasional perk it was previously. This focus on remote working has meant that companies have needed to invest time and money into upgrading their cyber security strategy.
With remote work becoming the “new normal”, organisations have raced to upgrade or implement security measures to protect data and keep cyber security threats at bay.
As more business functions & essential services move online – Australian businesses have never been at a higher risk of having their operations disrupted.
Research has shown that human error is, in an overwhelming 88 per cent of cases, the number one cause of data breaches.
As far as the end-user is concerned, the impact that both the NOC and SOC have on a business can feel similar; they both keep the IT lights on.
Security Incident Event Management (SIEM) is the most effective weapon that your business has against the persistent cyber threats on the Internet.
Cyber attacks are so common and frequent that they’re an inevitability for any business. But businesses also have ways of fighting back.
With online threats being more prevalent than ever, the SOC, or Security Operations Center, is essential for protecting your business. Learn more.
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