Not all employees are aware that they possibly pose a security threat to the company. Some of them may not even be familiar with phishing and other common scams and may not understand their responsibilities toward protecting company data.
If you manage a business, you already know that it can be exposed to many cyberthreats. This is why businesses conduct a variety of security measures such as network risk assessments. There are numerous cybersecurity strategies that business owners can take to avoid cybersecurity incidents, starting with knowing your risk level, i.e., zero, low, medium, or high.
No organization wants to do business with a high-risk vendor. In today’s increasingly complex cyberthreat landscape, companies routinely demand trust and transparency, so they can be confident handing over their sensitive data. This may involve asking for an SOC 2 audit report, which you will need to be able to secure and maintain more valuable contracts.