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Cyber Roundup from February 2019
Chief Executive Officer
09 Apr 2019
In a perfect world, we would not have to concern ourselves that our IT infrastructure and devices are not self-secured and impervious. Unfortunately, even the latest equipment and programs can eventually succumb to infiltration by bad actors. We also have a need – whether of necessity or by choice – to go faster and get more from our personal and business technology.
Because our reliance on IT is growing, cybersecurity must take center stage. If the last bulleted item below doesn’t illustrate the need for speed, nothing will. Now’s the time to take proactive, safeguarding measures. Obviously, everyone can’t be a technological wizard, so let PKF O’Connor Davies be your expert of choice.
The following is a rundown of what happened during the month of February 2019. We welcome your comments, insights and questions.
The report further identified that regular cybercriminals are the slowest of the group, coming in at 9 hours and 42 minutes.
Source: PKF O'Connor Davies
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