Got $9.44 Million??
Because that’s the cost
of a security data breach in the U.S.
What is top-notch cyber and data security worth to you?
$9.44 million is the average amount U.S. companies spent to recover from hacks!
Because the truth is, if you’re the victim of a data breach, you’re not just looking at the cost of lost business. You have to factor in the costs your business will pay in investigations, legal fees, and fines, not to mention having to upgrade your security anyway to prevent repeat breaches.
Now, with work-from-home trending upward day by day, remote staff makes adequate security measures and breach containment more difficult than ever!
And what information are bad actors after?
The kind that is much easier to acquire with remote workforce. In fact,
75% of companies say it is harder to contain data breaches with remote workforce
The worst mistake you can make is to assume the immediate cost of a data breach will be the worst of it. No, the much larger cost lies in the long term.
Make smart decisions now and invest in your company’s future with top-of-the-line cybersecurity protection today!
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