Looking forward to 2020, it’s clear that nation state cyber attacks and ransomware are on the rise, and that local governments and healthcare organizations are the most vulnerable. However, the steps to secure your infrastructure might be simpler than you think.
Not all threats are malicious cyber-attacks, and the recent Salesforce outage proves this, causing a business slowdown around the globe. The right data center security can be a step ahead of this kind of internal threat, using best practices to limit the fallout in case of a disaster.
When it comes to categories of cyber attacks, not all are created equally. Different types of cyber attacks require different protection and prevention, and will vary in consequence if they slip past your defenses.
Your Point of Sale solution needs a specific kind of security, to handle internet access, sensitive customer data, and an insecure environment that is easily breached. Assume your POS is breached, and set up a smart security posture using tight microsegmentation policy.