In looking back at 2020, organizations saw an increase in the most devastating forms of ransomware, botnets spreading threats to IoT devices, a shocking set of nearly overnight digital transformations, panic about nation-state hacking, and broadcasts about gaps in cloud security.
Combatting this past yearís cyber threats proved challenging, and the hackers are already mapping out new avenues of attack for 2021. As you recalibrate your cyber security strategy and plan for the year ahead, explore resources that can help inform your security decisions.
Strong planning and execution can prevent your organization from experiencing productivity losses, customer losses and declines in revenue. Review these resources today.
- Discover the top 10 ways to stop sophisticated attacks and advanced persistent threats in their tracks. Get expert analysis of what to look for as you seek out real-time threat prevention, shared threat intelligence, a unified management configuration, cloud security, and so much more. Use this Buyerís Guide to Cyber Security in order to build a robust security architecture that can help you defend against both todayís threats and those of the future.
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- Ransomware threats are all-too-real. Organizations with high-quality mitigation strategies might be able to thwart attempts. Mattel showed success with this earlier this year. But most organizations end up succumbing to the software and suffering the consequences. Aim for better than average results. Revisit your ransomware risk strategy and review this literature in the process.
- Still deciding on who to trust? Experts from Check Point and beyond have shared their insights into a variety of industries and cyber risk types in informative webinars. Find a curated compilation of webinars here.
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Incubate your ideas and take an outcome-driven approach to planning your cyber security for 2021 and beyond. Leverage insights from experts to create a state-of-the-art cyber security architecture thatís tailored to your organizationís needs.