Technology is moving away from its previous role in businesses as a mere assistant to being critical to company operations. Data and other digital resources are now considered key assets to any business, and warrant certain protections. The rapid evolution of the threat landscape is putting greater pressure on businesses to keep up with this pace, that is only going to increase as we move further into the information age and a highly digitized world.
While protecting your assets is always an imperative, hardware and software can recover after a cyber attack, however the damage to your reputation can be almost impossible to come back from. Your clients, customers or partners will leave in droves if sensitive data leaks or malicious attacks come to light.
Your security plan should guard you against the three key risks when it comes to cyber and information security:
Using our tried-and-tested MVP (Minimum Viable Protection) framework, we’ll ensure your reputation stays intact, your revenue streams are secure, and you don’t fall foul of the New Zealand Privacy regulators.
With 97% of New Zealand businesses falling into the small-medium sized category, our aim and priority is to help raise the level of cyber awareness and defence capability across these businesses in New Zealand, so please get in contact. We’re here to help.
Looking for some up to date information on relevant threats for NZ? Check out our free Cyber Guidance Cheat Sheets for insights to improve your security awareness and cyber posture.
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