Faced with a growing army of cyber criminals constantly after their data, businesses are investing heavily in new technology and professionals to close the cybersecurity gap. While this sounds promising, most organizations are making very slow progress towards cyber resilience.
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With all the recent emphasis on cyber security and the seemingly endless reports about how the focus on prioritizing data protection has risen to the board and C-suite levels, many organizations apparently are still struggling to defend themselves properly against the growing array of attacks.
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