When it comes to the IT security of your organization, you don’t want to leave anything to chance. These days, the vast majority of businesses worldwide are subject to cyber attack (upwards of 89%, in fact). You can’t risk making it any easier for your critical data to be accessed and stolen.
Time’s up! Cybersecurity compliance is no longer optional for global businesses as IT standards and regulations increase at both state and industry levels, worldwide.
Cybersecurity is a growing issue for businesses worldwide, as the data they handle becomes more and more significant and the threat of a breach more imminent. Nowhere is this challenge more evident than in the Retail sector, where systems are widespread and consumer data handling is constant.
With everyone’s minds focused on the upcoming GDPR deadline, EU members must not overlook the NIS Directive. EU member states must implement measures to comply with the NIS Directive before the 9th of May, 2018. So what are the biggest challenges to compliance with the directive?