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Future-Proof Connectivity: Failing IT Security in Modern Enterprise - What Do You Need to Know?
The amount of data that businesses are collecting is growing exponentially, and most of it remains easily accessible across the organization. In fact, as of 2019, 31 percent of businesses in a 2019 study* state that their organization had over 100 terabytes data that required protection, 20 percent more compared to 2016. Modern enterprises rely on data, whether it is financial, location-based or customer information, to maintain daily function, conduct analysis, and identify market trends. Not only is the amount of data rising, but it is also becoming an increasingly intrinsic part of the organizations operation. It is this reliance that makes corporate data a highly valuable asset for cybercriminals.
Today’s data architecture is far different, and more complex, than it was just a few years ago. The diverse and collaborative nature of modern business means that information is being created, accessed, and shared both internally and externally at a faster rate than ever before. Take for example organizations navigating around the global pandemic. They have had to become increasingly mobile, giving their workforces freedom to work from anywhere, and on any device. But by adopting the internet and cloud-based technologies to drive business and increase their reach, businesses are opening themselves up to potential data security threats which they may not have faced before.
So, what can enterprises do to ensure they do not fall prey to data security threats?
They must research. They must invest. Now, more than ever before, organizations must protect their data and critical PCs from both internal and external threats.
And how can they do that?
Download Adder’s latest whitepaper, Future-Proof Connectivity, to find out how high performance IP KVM can help organizations keep their critical data safe and secure from internal or external threats.
* Unitrends. (2019). Data volumes requiring protection in companies worldwide from 2016 to 2019. Statista. Statista Inc.. Accessed: September 30, 2020. https://www.statista.com/statistics/1024386/worldw...