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Get #BreachReady: Cyber attacks are rising faster than this summer’s heat

14/08/2018

While you’re spraying on the sunscreen, criminals know you are not paying attention to your network. Raise your SPF – Security Protection Factor. As you’re sitting in traffic in sweltering heat to get to the Hamptons, the Jersey shore, or Ventura Beach, criminal hackers and phishers are looking to reel in your networks. To avoid being caught you should  get #BreachReady with IT Governance USA’s fixed-price, tailored services that enable organizations to protect themselves from the penalties and damage associated with data breaches. 


The new #BreachReady campaign proposes solutions to help organizations prepare for and handle breaches with its three-tier promotional discounts: 

·         SPF 10: 10% discount on purchases between $5,000 and $14,999 (excluding tax and shipping) 

·         SPF 15: 15% discount on purchases between $15,000 and $29,999 (excluding tax and shipping) 

·         SPF 20: 20% discount on purchases from $30,000 and above (excluding tax and shipping) 

 

Many regulations, such as the NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulation, DFARS (Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement) and the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), require you to report breaches to the relevant supervisory authority within 72 hours of becoming aware.

When reporting the breach, you’ll need to explain how it could have been avoided.  You can’t prevent a cyber attack from the beach, so get #BreachReady before you go. IT Governance USA’s pick-and-mix security protection packages will provide a safety net and give you peace of mind.

Alan Calder, founder and executive chairman of IT Governance, said: “While you’re away on your summer vacation, criminal hackers and phishers will depend on the gaps in your cybersecurity program to infiltrate your organization. Their success will cost you customers, your reputation, and money. This year alone we’ve seen data breaches affect the likes of Adidas, Ticketmaster, and Facebook. No one is immune. Organizations need to get on the front lines now.”

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