I recently binge watched the widely talked about Netflix original series “You”, a psychological thriller following a New York bookstore manager called Joe who becomes obsessed with a customer (Guinevere Beck, referred to as Beck) and begins stalking her.
Protecting your IT system from breaches and hacking is one of the great challenges faced by organisations operating in the modern world. As we’ve discussed before, if you’re unsuitably guarded against an attack then you are putting your company into the very real danger of catastrophic damage; to your finances, your brand name, and, perhaps, to the very existence of the company itself.
Of course, the risks are varied, often complex, and ever evolving. The challenge for IT security experts is to monitor the digital landscape for new threats and emerging trends, to develop proactive strategies that protects your system from immediate threats and for the long-term.
The risk of hacking, malware or other cyber-attack is a pervasive and potentially devastating part of modern working life. A threat from which everyone is at risk; every organisation, every industry sector. Including those working within the realm of IT and internet security. Which is why they practice what they preach; taking every precaution possible to prevent the damage that can arise from an attack.