In other words: identifying and responding to cyber attacks as a large organisation can be a headache-inducing ordeal.
Contrary to popular belief, many enterprises aren’t wellequipped to deal with cybercrime, despite having greater resources and budgets.
Weak passwords, unsecured protocols and outdated software are surprisingly common issues that enterprises fall victim to, time and time again. Bigger profits mean better protection, surely?
Enterprises are ever-evolving; they have complex organisational structures and growing attack surfaces, built from multiple acquisitions. Coupled with a lack of set cybersecurity procedures and insufficient staff training, this means that large businesses struggle to effectively manage their infrastructure.