In evaluating the data from the 2019 Unisys Security Index™, which was just released today, it shows that security concerns remain at a historically-high level around the world. Since its inception in 2007, the Unisys Security Index has provided a statistically-robust measure of concern about security in four major categories: national, financial, internet and personal.
Citizens are starting to question aspects of their interactions with public sector agencies in ways they had not previously. To counterbalance these concerns, it is critical to understand where and why security issues exist and take steps to proactively address and alleviate risk. Learn how you can take action today.
Hospitals must be able to defend themselves against an ever-changing threat landscape – often with limited budgets. Providers must understand where and why security concerns exist and take steps to proactively address and alleviate these concerns. Learn how you can take action today.
Customer trust is critical in the financial services industry; the loss of trust can dramatically impact business. To sustain trust, banks and financial services institutions have to protect themselves and their customers’ information against persistent and increasingly sophisticated threats. Learn how you can take action today.
Cyberattacks are inevitable. In 2018 alone, we’ve all witnessed several high impact breaches across healthcare, travel and transportation and financial service industries. Early this year, nearly 280,000 medicaid patient records were breached in Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences; in April, Delta Airlines reported cyberattack that may have exposed 'several hundred thousand' customers' data and in the same month, SunTrust Banks revealed a data breach involving 1.5 million records.
Unisys helps many of the largest brands and consumer companies around the world secure their customer’s data, but there are several things consumers can do as well to help protect their identity, privacy, and money in these holiday times.
Gartner estimates, “By 2020, 100 percent of large enterprises will be asked to report to their board of directors on cybersecurity and technology risk at least annually.” In today’s digital world, cybersecurity is so fundamental to an organization’s success that it needs to be managed like other business decisions. This requires articulating value in the same way as the rest of the business—using the language of finance. However, according to a Marsh-Microsoft Cyber Perception Survey, only 11 percent of organizations express cyber risk exposure in economic terms.