Simple as it may sound, keeping your CRM (i.e. the customer relationship management system) and other online platforms updating security patches and identifying vulnerabilities is crucial in securing your website against hackers.
No organisation is immune and as such, the adoption of industry standards, including a Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT), is a vital step in minimising these vulnerabilities.
The scope of a VAPT is generally informed by the industry and the company's requirements.
A shift to a more proactive approach to protecting data and the organisational infrastructure has become a necessity. This perspective will help to reduce risks and the high costs associated with recovering from a security and data breach.
To be proactive, an organisation needs to acknowledge and accept that certain myths continue to put their data and information assets at risk. Some of the myths include that an organisation assume secured because: