8 Ways to Mitigate Risk: A Free Presentation from RGCybersecurity

Cyberattacks are not a new phenomenon. Some of the largest and most recognizable companies have fallen victim to a variety of cyber threats, including Denial of Service (DoS), phishing, Man in the Middle (MitM), malware attacks, password hacking, SQL injection and more.

However, being aware of these threats is only half the battle. It is also necessary to know how to mitigate the risk of a possible cyberattack.

To ensure your business is put in the best cybersecurity posture possible, please join the experts at RGCybersecurity for a complimentary webinar where they will highlight the key ways for businesses of all sizes to develop and improve their overall risk management.

An alliantgroup company, the experts at RGCybersecurity understand cyber risk and can help alleviate your business’ concerns. By learning from and working with their best in class specialists, you can rest assured that they will take actions to secure your network, implement restrictive database-access mechanisms, deploy security configurations, establish lifecycle management processes and more.

Of course, one of the best ways to lessen the risk of a cyberattack is to educate your employees. As noted in a Harvard Business Review article, “60% of all attacks were carried out by insiders. Of these attacks, three-quarters involved malicious intent, and one-quarter involved inadvertent actors.” The malicious-intent attacks carried out by insiders can be hard for any organization to stop because the person carrying out the attack usually knows their way around your systems and can bypass most of your outer defenses thanks to their legitimate access credentials. Because of this alarming statistic, RGCybersecurity offers online training courses to educate all employees at all levels.

Click here to sign up for the webinar and learn more about how to protect your company and your clients.

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