The Internet of Things (IoT) allows organizations worldwide to be more flexible, innovative, and interconnected, but it also introduces unprecedented risks and vulnerabilities to IT environments.
In 2024, businesses must resolve to be proactive in combatting cyberattacks. Threats like phishing emails and ransomware continue to pose significant risks. Companies must focus on safeguarding their data, customers, and overall business.
Cybersecurity predictions for 2024 need to account for not just trends, but also new regulations and standards. Looking ahead to the coming years, it’s clear that the cybersecurity industry will be more complex and challenging than ever before. Here are our top cybersecurity predictions for 2024.
Best bets for your IT security budget are those investments that consider risk tolerance based on size, budget, business goals, and resources.
Cybersecurity threat trends of 2023 follow a path similar to the years before, however this year AI boomed in a big way that benefits both cyber criminals and threat hunters.
Securance Consulting is pleased to announce that our Cybersecurity as a Service (CSaaS) package just got even better! Though we will continue to offer the package at a flat fee of $19,999 per year, we have added two new services so that organizations can customize their solutions to cover their security concerns and requirements.
With vendor management for supply chain security, organizations secure their supply chain to better serve customers and lower operating costs.
The rise of Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) is everywhere: remote and hybrid workplaces, government agencies and private sector organizations, and even federal mandates. Organizations are launching multi-year plans to enforce zero-trust strategies through layered, practical implementation.
Compliance and cybersecurity are not the same. One does not guarantee the other, but the concepts are interconnected.