The global pandemic spurred a digital revolution. From purchasing goods and services, to visiting their healthcare providers, to working and learning from home, companies have responded with an exponential expansion to the cloud. Not surprisingly, with this massive digital migration, cybercrime and data breaches have reached an all-time high.
Many expanding businesses implement new IT systems to support changing demand, but their cyber and information security cannot keep pace as the business grows. Whether it’s a change in regulatory requirements, security verification requests from clients or suppliers, a need identified by a risk assessment, or even a cyber-attack or near miss, having the right controls in place should be a key priority for any business.