Security is now more of a concern than ever before and companies need to protect themselves from various types of threats.
A survey found that cybersecurity professionals are most concerned about the following three areas: protecting customer data (72%), protecting employee data (66%), and protecting emails (54%).
Regular pen-testing is recommended, and CISOs should include the area of security in their list of top priorities if they haven't done so yet. According to surveys, most enterprises are still unprepared for these worrisome cyber-attacks.
ERP software is vulnerable to cyber-attacks but enterprises are not doing enough to secure their systems, according to a new report. The ERP Cybersecurity survey 2017, conducted by Crowd Research Partners and ERPScan, spoke to more than 1,900 cybersecurity experts and found that 89% expect to see a surge in attacks on ERP systems. 33% said they expect a “significant increase” in attacks. The report said that there is a general lack of awareness around ERP security – one in three respondents said that they hadn’t implemented any ERP security strategy.