As the world of cybersecurity is changing, enterprises have to not only deal with the attackers but also the compliance requirements. Corporations are facing a surge in the number of security attacks and breaches, and the attacks are expected to continue increasing in years to come. These attacks often come with heavy impacts that organizations might find unbearable. According to IBM’S 2021 cost of data breach report, the total cost of data breaches as of 2021 stood at an average of $4.24 Million. To avoid such heavy costs, enterprises should install adequate infrastructure to prevent such enterprise-related security threats.
Attackers have realized that ransomware attacks yield better results, so they use this attack to the fullest. One of the most common trends with this type of attack is the aspect of Ransomware as a Service (RaaS). With Ransomware as a Service, attackers can pay to use a ransomware code that they will use to run a ransomware campaign. In addition, it is important to understand that cloud-computing services are a prime target for attackers. Misconfigured cloud-computing infrastructure is one of the major causes of cloud-related threats.
At this juncture, businesses are struggling to align with the trends while dealing with the changing cybersecurity requirements. That’s why we’ve developed this special edition on Enterprise Security Solution Providers 2022. The companies listed below are selected by our team of editors, CEOs, CIOs, and researchers.