As you may be aware, news of cyber attacks on businesses is now a daily occurrence. People are losing money to ransomware, internet and telephone scams, identity theft and more.
According to a recent Security Brief report, by the end of 2020, over 67% of Australian organisations had suffered a ransomware attack, 10% above the global trends, and at least half had suffered data loss or theft of some kind.
The average cost to small businesses as a result of these breaches was in excess of $50,000, for larger SMB’s, the cost spiked to $1.25m on average.
For many, this is a business ending scenario.
As a firm specialising in the protection of people’s wealth, Rawson Verco Need are meeting the challenge that these threats present, by establishing a new business unit specifically to help protect businesses and become resilient.
This is supported by Federal Government legislation that makes businesses increasingly responsible for their own protection, where penalties for breach may apply.
Did you know?
- About the Essential 8 steps you need to take to put in place basic steps to protect your company data and network from attack?
- The Critical Infrastructure legislation now in effect that makes YOU responsible for breaches of the client data you have on your systems.
- The fact that most businesses are woefully inadequate when it comes to even the most basic security measures and staff best practices for data protection and business resilience.
We’re here to help, and we’d like to have a conversation with you about how you can improve your security, protect your information and identity, and crucially, ensure your business is best placed to recover quickly from a cyber attack, and survive.