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Far from the comical, frenzied hacking of bad 90s movies and suspend-your-logic law procedurals (*cough* NCIS *cough*), the cybercrime of today is savvy, invasive and destructive. And it’s rising at an alarming rate.
Recently, Australia’s government was breached by what national security agencies are calling a “sophisticated” cyber attack. While the scale of the damage is yet to be determined, it’s thought that the country’s parliamentary network was compromised by foreign forces. With the power to disrupt the world’s political equilibrium, it’s clear that cybercrime is no longer easy pickings for comedic relief.
Cybercrime is the malicious targeting of an organisation’s network to steal, change or delete important data and information. The most severe attacks can have catastrophic implications for a business’s productivity, longevity and reputation. Here are the most common invasions:
To give you an idea of how prevalent cybercrime is in Australia, 64% of data breaches in the last quarter of 2018 were attributed to cybercriminal activity. So what’s an upstanding organisation to do in the face of such malicious determination? We’re glad you asked…
Though cybercriminals are cunning and clever, they’re not omnipotent. And with the correct precautions, you can halt these faceless criminals in their digital tracks.
DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) duplicates your entire IT environment and stores it offsite for quick restoration in the event of a malicious breach. This mitigates the operational damage and data loss a cyber attack can cause.
To help you find out how disaster-ready your IT infrastructure is after a cyber attack, we’ve created a handy tool. Click here to see how you score.
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