With Deslyon's Cybersecurity Solutions, you can rest assured that your business is protected against cyber threats and data breaches, ensuring your customers' information is safe and secure.
Deslyon’s comprehensive cybersecurity services protect your organisation’s digital assets by utilising advanced tools to identify vulnerabilities and offering tailored solutions to secure networks, applications, and systems. Our specialist practitioners collaborate with your team to develop robust policies, ensure compliance with international standards, and promote a security-conscious culture through employee training. By partnering with Deslyon, your organisation stays ahead of cyber threats, fostering customer trust and allowing you to focus on core business objectives confidently.
In today’s digital age, cybersecurity is of utmost importance for businesses of all sizes. With cyber-attacks becoming more frequent and sophisticated, companies must proactively protect their sensitive data, intellectual property, and customer information.
Cybersecurity breaches can result in significant financial losses, damage to reputation, and legal and compliance issues. Furthermore, cybersecurity has become a critical concern as companies accelerate their digital transformation.
As companies accelerate their digital transformation, cybersecurity has become a critical concern. By investing in cybersecurity measures, businesses can safeguard their operations and ensure compliance with international standards while demonstrating their commitment to protecting their customers’ information and maintaining their trust.
Neglecting cybersecurity can be disastrous for businesses as the threat landscape continues to evolve and expand. The increasing interconnectivity of systems and reliance on digital platforms has made companies more vulnerable to cyberattacks, resulting in a greater need for proactive measures to secure their digital environment.
One significant risk of inadequate cybersecurity is the potential for data breaches, which can expose sensitive customer and business information to malicious actors. Recent research indicates that the average cost of a data breach is $4.24 million, demonstrating the severe financial repercussions of cybersecurity incidents (IBM Security, 2021). Moreover, businesses can face legal penalties, such as fines imposed by regulatory bodies like GDPR, for failing to protect user data.
Another significant concern is the impact of cyberattacks on a company’s reputation. Customers and partners may lose trust in a business that has suffered a cybersecurity breach, leading to declining customer retention and future business opportunities. In the long term, this loss of confidence can result in reduced market share and stunted growth. By prioritising cybersecurity, businesses can mitigate these risks, safeguard their assets, and ensure their operations’ continued success and resilience in the face of ever-evolving cyber threats.
Ransomware attacks encrypt a company’s data, rendering it inaccessible until a ransom is paid. Consequently, business operations may be severely disrupted, and the company may incur financial losses, including ransom payments and lost revenue due to downtime.
Phishing attacks are designed to deceive employees, leading to security incidents like data breaches or malware infections. Such attacks can cause downtime, lost productivity, and revenue loss due to data loss or system malfunctions.
Malware attacks infect a company’s computer systems, leading to data loss or corruption, system malfunctions and other issues that can affect the business’s operations and productivity.
A data breach occurs when an unauthorised person gains access to sensitive or confidential information. This can result in the exposure, theft, or destruction of the data, which can have severe consequences for individuals and organisations.
Employees or other authorised individuals could intentionally or unintentionally compromise an organisation’s security. This can include stealing data, introducing malware, or accidentally sharing sensitive information, and it can result in significant financial and reputational damage.
The Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) , there were 1,767 data breaches reported in 2021 globally, exposing over 18 billion records. This represents an increase of 30% in the number of data breaches and a 67% increase in the number of records exposed compared to the previous year. The most significant breaches were due to ransomware attacks and phishing scams, which are increasing in frequency and sophistication. Businesses must implement adequate cybersecurity controls to prevent data breaches and protect sensitive information.
The 2022 Cost of a Data Breach Report by IBM Security and Ponemon Institute, the average total cost of a data breach is USD 4.35 million . This represents a 2.6% increase from the previous year. Additionally, the 2021 report indicates that the average total cost of a data breach increased nearly 10% yearly, the most significant single-year cost increase in the last seven years.
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