AforeCybersec provides end-to-end cybersecurity solutions to the following industries:
- IT & ITES & ICT
- Industrial Sectors
- National Critical Infrastructures
The Cyber Security Intelligence Index predicts that the top 3 targeted industries for cyber-attack are:
Healthcare Industry is under constant threat and is still recovering from the consequences of the three major cyber breaches that took the Healthcare Industry by storm in 2015. A cyber-attack is more likely to strike the non-financial organisation than banks and other financial institutions. A patients record affected by a cyber-attack costs $200 approximately including the reputational damage, whereas the cost to protect the patient’s record and imply cyber security measures is on $8. Its high time that organisations starts investing in cyber security.
The BFSI Industry, though managed to protect organisations and institutions from majority of the cyber breaches and attacks in 2016, the industry is yet to have a full-proof cyber defence strategy in place to fight the sharp hackers. Organisations have spent large amounts towards cybersecurity, however they now must be prepared to analyse and address the gaps and be prepared with a 360° security structure that authenticates and authorize systems to ensure complete prevention of data loss.
Manufacturing Industry is an attractive target of attackers. Manufacturing companies were so long under the impression that they are safe from cyber breaches, however hackers identified fast, their vulnerability, inability to fight back in case of a cyber-attack and the value of the sensitive information worth billions. The Intellectual Property in this industry is a lucrative target for Cyber criminals as it lacks robust cybersecurity programs.
The technical experts at AforeCybersec assess, analyse, and understands the cyber risk your organisation is likely to encounter or has encountered, they eliminate the most common mistakes of cybersecurity and risk to your organisation by assuring customized solutions focusing on the three fundamental areas – prevention, detection and response.