Cybersecurity Best Practices for 2021
If cybersecurity is not on the top of your company's list of initiatives for 2021, then it should be, and even if it is, you may not be doing enough.
On Wednesday, February 10th, Christopher Krebs, the nation's former top cybersecurity official, testified to the House Homeland Security Committee during a hearing focused on cybersecurity threats. During the hearing, Krebs pushed Congress hard to take a strong stance against malicious hackers.
Krebs' statements came in the wake of a devastating cyberattack on the federal government originating at SolarWinds, a company that develops software to help businesses manage their networks, systems, and information technology infrastructure. During his testimony, Krebs stated, "As long as the tools are available, vulnerabilities exist, money and secrets are to be had, and the lack of meaningful consequences persist, there will be malicious cyber actors." Krebs went on to say, "There are still options on the table for more destructive attacks, and more brazen attacks, particularly for Russia, I don't think we've hit the upper limit of their pain threshold."
At ShareVault, we take cybersecurity seriously. That's why we've assembled a panel of cybersecurity experts to present a webinar where they discussed the current cyber threat landscape, the bad actors, and best practices for preventing a devastating breach that could cost your company millions.
Please join us from the safety of your desk by downloading the on-demand webinar where our experts explored this ongoing threat and offer best practices for mitigation.