Do you know that only 35%
of CEE companies have
a cybersecurity strategy for customer data protection?
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Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Hungary and Slovakia
employing between 1-249 people
- connected aspects
The Economics of Cyber Defence
The average amount spent annually by CEE companies on cybersecurity is around EUR 2,000
The most common types of attacks experienced by CEE companies are: malware, phishing, and password-based attacks
Cyber Security Threats
Customer Data Protection
Only 35% of CEE companies have a cybersecurity strategy for customer data protection
Only 26% of CEE companies claim that the European Union helps them to prepare for new regulation
General Data Protection Regulation
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We see that more and more companies and institutions take care of their data using professional backup solutions. At this point, important issue is not only to make backup but also regularly verify the process and procedures, provide restore tests and consider using disaster recovery solutions.
Robert Siudak, CYBERSEC HUB Manager
It is hard to estimate total loses from cyber crimes for the public and private entities worldwide, but it is believed to be from 1 up to 3% of Global GDP. This clearly shows tha tour economy depends on security of ICT infrastructure and cybersecurity by design is the inherent part needed for the 4th industrial revolution to happen.
Chief Operating Officer
As long as companies use username/password-based login solutions (even with multifactor authentication) they remain vulnerable to the most popular cyberattacks such as phishing.