A guide to a reliable security architecture for protection against cyberattacks
Computer crime is becoming a serious threat to global economy. According to a study by Germany‘s digital association bitkom, almost nine out of ten companies fell victim to a cyberattack in 2020/21. Above all, there was a significant increase in extortion attempts using ransomware, which encrypts information and production systems. The cost of the resulting damage quadrupled compared to the previous years 2018/19.
There are numerous reasons for the rise in cybercrime. One of the main is that as companies continue to digitalize their business processes and business models, they are also increasing their attack surface. Warding off cyberattacks is just one of many aspects of IT security. Other key topics include the role of IT architectures, the regulation of user access to IT systems, and data transport encryption. In this white paper, you will learn what is important when it comes to implementing a reliable security architecture and what you should look for when selecting software providers.