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Hackers constantly targeting companies to access and gain sensitive information

There is not a single company, business, or organization that has not suffered the implications of the coronavirus pandemic. Companies all over the world are turning digital, digitizing their operations, and making the best use of technology and getting themselves distinguished on the World Wide Web that they can.

However, the companies are still not able to get the hang of the digital world. As simpler as it may sound, the internet deep down is the host for the dark web. It is the source of data hackers, scammers, fraudsters who are constantly trying to hack into the devices to gain access to the personal data so that they can sell it or blackmail the user into leaking the data in the outside world.

There has been a substantial increase in the number of attacks including spyware, ransomware, data breaches. Surprisingly, big companies with much safer and stronger firewalls are also not getting exempted. Many companies such as Apple and Microsoft recently became victims of huge data breaches.

The firms often become negligent on to the risk of cybercrime. They don’t take into account how easy it is for some hackers to just break the firewall and hack the security systems. That is what gives the hacker the opportunity to enter into the system, steals the data, and blackmail the company on doing what the hacker wants.

The only way that the companies can stop cybercrimes from occurring to them, again and again, is a good technical team that can provide them with timely solutions and which have the capacity of handling an attack in real-time. Also, stronger and bigger firewalls that are not easy to crack are always a plus one.

Anamika

Anamika focuses on data privacy, data policy, digital policies, and puts users' privacy first. She loves exploring new tech and spends time looking around business politics and its impact on users and small businesses.
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