Why do I need to worry about cybersecurity?

Every company will deal with some type of cybersecurity incident at some point, but how that incident impacts your business is entirely up to you. There are two approaches: Proactive/Preventative (meaning you assume something will happen at some point in time and you prepare for it ahead of time), and Reactive (meaning you assume nothing will ever happen and if/when it does, you scramble to determine what happened, how it happened, and most importantly what do you need to do to respond to it to protect your business). Reading those two very different scenarios above, which side of an incident do you want to be on? Do you want to be on the proactive/preventative side where if/when an incident occurs, it’s an annoyance or inconvenience, or on the reactive side where you may never fully recover from an incident, or may incur significant costs and impacts to your business (monetary, reputation, etc.).

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Why do I need to worry about cybersecurity?

Every company will deal with some type of cybersecurity incident at some point, but how that incident impacts your business is entirely up to you. There are two approaches: Proactive/Preventative (meaning you assume something will happen at some point in time and you prepare for it ahead of time), and Reactive (meaning you assume nothing will ever happen and if/when it does, you scramble to determine what happened, how it happened, and most importantly what do you need to do to respond to it to protect your business). Reading those two very different scenarios above, which side of an incident do you want to be on? Do you want to be on the proactive/preventative side where if/when an incident occurs, it’s an annoyance or inconvenience, or on the reactive side where you may never fully recover from an incident, or may incur significant costs and impacts to your business (monetary, reputation, etc.).
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