No organisation is safe from a cyber breach, be it a small to medium-sized business, or a large enterprise. All are vulnerable.
Protecting sensitive client information has never been more important, as data breaches and hacks become more prevalent, says Michael Geyser, a tech team lead at BBD.
Employee education will help to reduce the unintentional, but significant, human error factor, says Brad Pulford, enterprise solutions group director at Dell.
Corporate behaviour needs to change, as technology on its own cannot protect against all avenues of cyber attacks, says Paul Orffer, senior manager Risk Advisory, RA Security, Privacy & Resiliency at Deloitte.
Companies must be aware that adequate physical security measures mean very little if their online data is not protected, says Tiaan van Schalkwyk, senior manager: Risk Advisory, at Deloitte.
The ability to govern IT systems has to be of primary importance to any business.