Did you know that 25% or one in every four businesses never reopen following a major disaster? In 2018, Nationwide reported that 68% of small business owners surveyed said they did not have a cyber emergency plan and 49% said it would take at least three months to recover if something were to happen.
What if there was a simple and effective way to prevent a cyber emergency? By leveraging the latest advancements in technology, organizations of all sizes are looking to replace insecure and inefficient security systems to prevent potential cyber emergencies. Before you can prevent a cyber emergency though, you must first understand what they are.
Check out this article from our Sales Director Mike Randash as he explores what constitutes a cyber emergency and the technology you can use to protect your organization.