Effective cybersecurity management is tedious. It can lead to burnout and turnover of valuable talent.
Finding an experienced cybersecurity professional to hire or replace an open position can prove challenging. Unfortunately, your company is not alone. The 'war for talent' has become a top business concern for CEOs. (Poole Thought Leadership, 2021)
As employers struggle to fill cybersecurity-related roles and adopt new digital technology to create a collaborative, hybrid workplace, the tech talent needed to support and secure that environment is hard to find and even more difficult to retain.
A successful DX strategy that favors innovation and speed for a top customer experience is in direct conflict with keeping your data safe. Put another way, as your data grows, so does your cybersecurity risk, since more data means a larger attack surface.
The numbers are bleak for businesses. Network and system disruptions and data theft are more debilitating to small and mid-sized businesses than to large enterprises. Yet, so many attacks go unchecked. Adequately protecting your critical systems and sensitive data with the right security solutions builds confidence among your stakeholders.
TBC guards your most sensitive data, freeing up your IT team to focus on keeping up with the pace of innovation and competition in the digital economy.
We designed our cybersecurity approach to align with your business goals, not hinder them. TBC proactively and comprehensively monitors and actively manages your security environment to reduce your cybersecurity risk.
Challenges abound in these unprecedented times but the most critical needs of organizations today center on communicating effectively with employees, maintaining customer satisfaction and ensuring security across your environment. In a time where resources, for most organizations, are facing significant physical and financial constraints, we want to share some free and reduced cost resources available to our business community.
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