Over time, the number of companies experiencing cyberattacks and digital security threats has increased significantly, sometimes with devastating consequences.
- Services halted by waves of attacks
- Diversion of websites and content
- Ransom requests
- Installation of secret or illegal servers
- Increasingly expensive lawsuits and fines
The imagination of hackers is limitless, and the likelihood of an attack is ever greater thanks to the addition of new tools and technical layers –cloud, mobile, and internet of things (IoT).
At the same time, European and global lawmakers, concerned about protecting consumers, have enacted increasingly restrictive laws that hold digital companies accountable for misappropriation or theft of personal data.
And, just like that – e-privacy is now among the hottest topics for CEOs and CTOs around the world.