Cyber security is constantly changing. In 2022, the number of ransomware attacks increased by as much as 300% compared to 2021, and SMEs are increasingly being targeted. Cybercrime is the main growth market for criminals, and developments such as remote working and bring-your-own-device are playing into their hands. For many SMBs, keeping their data and assets secure while allowing employees to work when and where they want, with any device, is a challenge.
As we become increasingly reliant on digital facilities and networks, phishing, ransomware attacks and malware can have a major impact on a society. This has not gone unnoticed by lawmakers in Brussels either, and cybersecurity is now high on the agenda. Therefore, the European Parliament has decided to revive the existing NIS directive and is coming up with the NIS2.