Whitepaper - 10 Truisms of Cybersecurity: How Small Businesses Navigate The Cyber Seas
As a small business, government entity, or non-profit organization, a ripple of fear and tension often accompanies the word “cybersecurity,” especially when it comes to the lack of preparedness. Small businesses need not be trapped in the space of indecision and cybersecurity terminology, questioning their need for protection. Lionfish Cyber Security was founded to address these concerns for business owners and present them with a plan of action that makes sense.
Use Case - A Problem Too Big for Small Business to Ignore
Small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) in the US face unprecedented attacks in cyberspace. Yet, 31.7
million SMBs make up the backbone of the US economy. More than two in five companies with 50
employees or less in the U.S. (Bullguard, January 2020) have no type of cybersecurity defense plan.
Use Case - Banks Especially Vulnerable During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Threat actors will continue to target banks in the future. Paul Benda, SVP for risk and cybersecurity
policy at the American Banker’s Association, says phishing has increased more than 400 percent since
COVID-19 hit, according to a January 2021 report in the ABA Banking Journal.
Use Case - Bracing for the Storm
Cyber readiness is a term that has come to mean finding a trusted partner to support internal needs and battling the tide of unexplained network activity, plus regularly eliminating the root cause of problems that lead to breaches.
eBook - Insider Threats eBook
Insider threats are a growing concern for business owners and IT experts. According to Verizon’s 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report, 30 percent of data breaches directly involved internal actors1. Security threats that originate from within an organization are often the hardest to detect and prevent, especially since an insider has the trust and knowledge of infrastructure systems and data assets as well as authorized access to both.