Our Cyber Security services focus on four critical areas that today’s cybersecurity landscape demands.
At OBT, we’ve boiled decades of expertise into a multi-faceted strategy that ensures your organization’s safety today and well into tomorrow. At the core of any cybersecurity strategy is the Security Operations Center—the response and recovery in case of a breach. We’re experts at minimizing the impact of any data breach. But we’re even more effective when you engage us to help prevent these breaches in the first place.
With 9.32 billion recorded malware attacks in 2017—an 18.4% year-on-year increase since 2016—cyberattacks are quickly becoming the greatest threat to doing business. And the effects of cyberattacks encompass much more than data loss: annual damage from cybersecurity breaches is increasing by an average of 27.4% and is estimated to reach a whopping $6 trillion in 2021.
A THREE-PRONG APPROACH: INSPECT, DETECT, PROTECT
Hackers are getting smarter with each passing day, meaning that businesses need a strategy that leaves no stone unturned and no risk unresolved. In short, you need a solution that anticipates and evolves to meet the demands of tomorrow’s cybersecurity landscape—not one that simply reacts to what’s going on today
TACKLING KEY SECURITY RISKS BEFORE THEY BECOME BREACHES
In 2016, the average company loss from cyberattacks was $3.79 million. So auditing your IT infrastructure and rectifying any weaknesses in your network’s security is increasingly becoming a necessary expense to save tremendous losses, and heartaches, in the long run. According to a Symantec Threat Report, 82% of compromised or lost data could have been protected if companies had even a basic security plan.
Keeping your business’ infrastructure up to date is crucial to prevent cyber breaches. And it’s imperative to have a security plan that evaluates and eliminates vulnerabilities in your infrastructure. When it comes to cybersecurity, prevention is much preferred to recovery. Who would rather retroactively try to recover data after a breach instead of feel protected by having a security plan in place from the get-go?