Women’s Law Journal
In just five years, it is estimated that 30 billion devices, including tablets, smartphones and computers, will be affected by cyber-attacks. Accordingly, roughly 60 percent of security budgets will be diverted to rapid detection of and response to those attacks. In her article, “Security At Our Fingertips” Digital Risk’s Chief Legal Officer Debbie Hoffman covers how companies can protect themselves from the growing issue of cyber security and data breaches.
Financial institutions have many forms of consumers’ personal information that hackers want to access, and organizations conducting business via the internet and the cloud are at risk of cyber-attacks. Throughout Debbie’s article, which was published in the National Association of Women Lawyers’ publication Women’s Law Journal, she explains which factors contribute to a data breach, how to mitigate this risk, and what to do should a breach occur.