2021 has been an unprecedented year in terms of cyberattacks, as evidenced by SolarWinds or more recently the Log4j flaw which as a reminder could have a massive impact on a third of the servers in the world (including those of large companies like Microsoft, Apple's iCloud, Amazon…). This type of attack can have a global impact and may have affected you even without you realizing it.
Today, digitization and digital transformation have led to new IT security vulnerabilities and cyber risks have never been stronger.
Because of this increase in attacks, cybersecurity in 2022 will continue to be a major business area requiring companies to think about their needs and how they manage their security systems.
A very recent example shows us the importance of protecting our information and communication systems more intensively:
On May 16, 2022, Costa Rica's president declared that he was "at war" with the Conti cybercrime group, threatening to overthrow the government. The group' s attack has disabled Costa Rican government agencies since April, preventing it from collecting taxes and salaries for some employees. It also allowed cybercriminals to access critical systems in the country's Ministry of Finance. The attackers demanded a ransom of $20 million (read more).
This type of attack shows the great capacity of ransomware groups, such as Conti, to operate on any scale, including nation-states! Thus causing national crises.
Cyber attacks can therefore also target all sizes of companies and all sectors: whether you are a major player in the financial sector, a small business in the service sector or even a small retailer, you can be targeted by hackers.
Cybersecurity professionals have an essential role to play because cybersecurity has become an absolute necessity for all companies wishing to ensure the sustainability of their activities.
We propose you to decipher the risks and the first steps necessary to protect your organization and your systems.
During this webinar, you will discover
Potential vulnerabilities, their evolution and associated risks
How can you best protect your business against cyber threats?
How can risks be mitigated and what measures should be taken?