Cybersecurity can provide an assurance of business continuity. Business IT networks are stretched and more susceptible to threat as we face ongoing uncertainty with the continuing effects of the global coronavirus pandemic and the shift to incorporate remote and virtual business environments.
Minimising cybersecurity threats enables a business to focus on creating value for clients. So by taking precautions proactively, while not a 100% guarantee, at least you can state categorically that we took every precaution we could to safeguard our business. Given that significant companies have recently been breached including Google, Mimecast and Solar Winds this is a business-critical safeguard.
We use Netway Networks and for over 20 years, they have worked with hundreds of Australian businesses providing the necessary skills and IT management expertise to keep their operations safe and secure. Netway is the trusted business partner of major Australian companies, educational institutions and SMB enterprises. We have used them since the factory started and one of their employees, Pak Aspar, is embedded in our operations for fast quality responses.
I thought I’d share the video below for your interest, as Netway has summarised 7 important cyber security tips that executives and businesses owners can immediately implement to minimise the impact on business continuity when faced with a cyber-attack.