It's predicted that companies in the Middle East will spend USD $20 billion by 2022 on cybersecurity. With Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates experiencing some of the world’s biggest cyber-attacks in 2019.
Through increased digitalization, the information hackers have access to is changing. Cyber attackers deliberately penetrate cloud security, wireless security, network security, and application security.
The most common attacks being:
It’s the diversity of these attacks that demand for security products more than ever. And with Middle Eastern businesses at the fore of IoT, artificial intelligence, cloud services, 5g networks, blockchain apps and more, data security is now crucial.
If done correctly, it can offer far more benefits than protecting critical data – it can reduce capital expenditure, increase productivity, and provide business agility.
With so many new technologies, are we better to avoid using it in our businesses?
The answer is not to shy away from them, but to understand how to best arm oneself against attacks. Hacking and cyber-attacks have existed since the early days of the internet, they’ve just become more sophisticated over time.
They’ve also evolved to criminal acts on a large and collaborative scale. With potential entry points across the business, security is only as strong as the weakest link.
Customers and clients need to be able to trust that businesses they work with use the best equipment. As a business, you need products and services you can trust. A thought leader in security information, Canon offers three document management solutions that have security at their core.