Can your organization survive a $3.86 million data breach? That’s the average dollar amount associated with a data breach, according to a recent report. For healthcare providers, the cost can be even higher. But rather than focus on the possible cost of a breach, think about how you can prevent one in the first place. Having the right cyber security tools is critical to protect your data.
Quick Action Can Lessen the Impact
Some data breaches have less of an economic impact than others, and the difference is often based on the time it takes to catch hackers in action. Among the most relied-on solutions to reduce the time factor is security automation.
Some of the more complex data breach attacks can take months to identify and contain. But having security automation solutions at your disposal can reduce that detection and containment period by two months or more.
Cyber security tools in the cloud make a difference in today’s cloud-centered atmosphere. But it takes expertise in this area to best protect your data. For example, if your cloud solutions are misconfigured, it can lead to confusion, a lack of insight, and ultimately more risk of being compromised by cyber criminals.
One area where vulnerabilities seem most evident is when you’re migrating data to cloud-based applications. Using the right cloud-based cyber security solutions, you can more readily recognize the threats that linger as you’re in the migrating process. Again, this helps you identify threats faster, which equates to cost savings.
Work With a Trusted Agent
Finding the best solutions can be challenging, partly because there are so many out there. Having enough knowledge about the different solutions to make the right decision on what can protect you most effectively is not something most organizations have. This makes it imperative to work with an agent that has developed a deep knowledge base and can help you find the cyber security tools that will fit your needs today and tomorrow.
At eXemplify, our approach is to treat every client as individuals and find them the best data protection solution possible. We do this by performing a discovery audit so we know exactly how your current infrastructure plays into your daily workflow. We then develop project requirements and match them to the most qualified service providers’ solutions. Finally, we use our decision matrix to make fact-based decisions on what solutions will work best for your organization. Contact us, and let’s go over your needs for today and tomorrow.