A company’s board of directors and its executives are increasingly gaining the realization that the preservation of network security and the robust overall cybersecurity infrastructure of their company is an essential task.
This is not surprising. Not during a time of high-profile breaches and crippling cyberattacks that could pummel customer trust of a brand to staggering lows and have a very serious impact on the business overall. Large fines paid out toward regulators following a data breach are also on the rise, as are large, multimillion-dollar settlements for lawsuits.
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