3 May 2018

More than ever before, organisations are aware of the potential financial impact of a cyber-attack. Many wrongfully assume that the steep, monetary burden of a cyber-attack (exacerbated by new, higher fines under the GDPR) is exclusively tied to damaged digital assets, lost records, and the price of investigating and reporting a breach. While those expenses represent a considerable hit, damage to an organisation’s physical assets can be just as harmful.

To safeguard their equipment and infrastructure, it’s critical that organisations understand what types of businesses and assets are exposed to these attacks.

Download our briefing to find out more about the overlooked physical exposures of a cyber attack and how to protect your organisation.

 

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