6 Attitudes of Your Team that Put Your Company’s Cybersecurity At Risk

The attitudes of your team can significantly impact your company’s cybersecurity. To help you identify potential risks, we’ve created an infographic highlighting six behaviors that may compromise your company’s security.

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What you’re going to find in this infographic?

According to the World Economic Forum, 95% of cybersecurity breaches are caused by human errors. A CheckPoint report further reveals that 43% of these breaches result from insider threats, whether intentional or unintentional.

As an IT or SI professional, it falls on you to ensure the safety and security of the data and assets entrusted to your care. Our infographic highlights:

  • Six common behaviors that can pose cybersecurity risks
  • Strategies for preventing sensitive data theft and avoiding disruptions to essential business activities
  • Tips for delivering effective employee training

And much more.

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Lumu Technologies reports that 78% of CISOs in 2022 consider security enhancements for remote employees and risk-based vulnerability management as their most critical projects.

With the shift to remote work, cybersecurity has become an even more pressing issue. Our infographic identifies the top five cybersecurity challenges that have emerged as a result of this shift and offers effective strategies for securing your remote environment and mitigating associated risks.

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We, from senhasegura, are part of the MT4 Tecnologia group, and we are committed to delivering cybersecurity and digital sovereignty to our customers.

We currently serve institutions in 54 countries, working tirelessly to prevent information theft and tracking actions on servers, databases, network administrators, and devices of all kinds.

Our solutions offer greater efficiency and productivity to organizations, preventing disruptions to their activities due to expiration and ensuring compliance with audit criteria and standards such as PCI DSS, Sarbanes-Oxley, ISO 27001, and HIPAA.