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10 Facts About Cybersecurity Disasters in 2020

September 16, 2020
cybersecurity disasters in 2020

Get the facts about cybersecurity disasters in 2020 to protect your business 

Emergency preparedness is essential for smooth emergency response – and the faster you respond to an emergency, the better. September is National Preparedness Month. As you’re reviewing the other disaster preparedness plans in your life, it’s time to make sure that you’ve got the facts about cybersecurity disasters in 2020 to plan for 2021.

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No two cybersecurity disasters are exactly the same, but most of them share certain characteristics – and learning the facts about today’s biggest threats can help you make an effective plan. Whether you’re considering what to do if you’re impacted by phishing, ransomware, insider threats, credential stuffing, or other Dark Web dangers, These basic facts about cybersecurity disasters in 2020 can help form the cornerstone of your incident response plan and lay out parameters for what you may need to consider in your business continuity plan and future cybersecurity plans moving into 2021. 

10 Essential Cybersecurity Disaster Facts: 


These resources can help you make an effective cybersecurity incident response and cybersecurity business continuity plan that ensures that your business is ready for anything that 2021 throws at you!!

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