Half of cybersecurity professionals do not believe they are prepared to respond to a cyberattack, with both lack of skills and training at fault, according to a survey of cybersecurity professionals published by training firm Cyberbit.
Regular sanitization and physical distancing have become the accepted new normal in our daily lives. At the same time, businesses too have transitioned towards a digital existence riding on the back of revolutionary technologies like AI, Machine Language, Cloud, Blockchain, etc. Amidst this all-permeating digitization and switch towards remote working, the question of ensuring an optimum cybersecurity cover for various industry domains has come to the fore.
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India is on its way to becoming a digital-first economy. As the nation and its citizens slowly embraced the digital way of life over the last decade, everything has become faster, easier, and more convenient. However, there is one major caveat that comes with digital ecosystems that include millions of people and businesses – the rise of cyberattacks on an unprecedented scale.
Technological advancements have changed the nature of how we perform work, resulting in seamless ease and efficiency. Now, the concept of a digital remote working is a reality. But this capability comes with challenges that call for robust defense mechanisms, making the term ‘’cybersecurity” enormously relevant. The pandemic has furthered escalated the threat of cyber-attacks and data breaches, putting many organizations at risk. As a result, various companies are faced with the challenge of running safe operations in the new scenario.
Market-leading SOAR Platform will support orchestration and automation training on the Cyberbit Skills Development platform in real-world, simulated cyber attacks.
Companies continue to grapple with the cybersecurity skills gap, but Adi Dar, Cyberbit CEO offers a way to ensure security teams are properly trained through the use of live exercises.
Small banks with modest cyber security systems are vulnerable to attack. Only through a sustained and dedicated cyber-security training module can the banks and financial institutions enable an effective cybersecurity cover.