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Business agility depends on end-to-end resilience and cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is at the forefront of many businesses strategies for 2018, and nonetheless cybercrimes are going to multiply in the near future. Also, it’ll cost the world $6 trillion a year by 2021. Well, India is ranked third after US and China in terms of cybercrime incidents. Over 22,000 Indian websites hacked between April 2017 – January 2018.


Every Start-up/SME follows a simple cut and dry poilcy of creating a website, like buy a domain, design the site, optimize it for SEO and publish content that supports your business goals. You might not be aware of it, but in the process, you’ve opened the door to a world of Internet vulnerabilities. Website owners are at an elevated risk of compromise and, with nearly every business required to have an online presence, the dangers could affect everyone from SMEs to large corporations.


The global cloud security market is expected to grow to $3.5 billion in 2021 at an annual growth rate of 28 percent and too many disparate security point-products mean gaps in protection. To address these challenges, Cisco works as a cloud-delivered secure internet gateway, resolves and routes over 125 billion Internet requests daily from 90 million active consumer and enterprise users across 160+ countries. Whereas, Microsoft has built a Linux-based OS for IoT devices, as part of a wider push to secure internet-connected appliances in businesses, factories and homes.


Today, critical business information is increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks that are designed to cripple your business or permanently destroy your IT systems. Another survey says, a SEO tool can leads to avoid the threat of Cyberattacks to your website majorly. A proper use of Keywords, adding SSL certificates on the website and hiring a professional SEO company/professional are some of the ways which can protect the website from malware.


Going forward, with sophisticated tools and resources at their disposal, cyber attackers may have more information about your defense than you have about their attack capability. The alarming number of breaches at organizations thought to have impregnable defenses is making security experts believe that breaches are an inevitable reality. You need a unified cybersecurity approach to help you identify and prioritize critical assets, determine risk and establish resilient defense and recovery capabilities.

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