Aerospace and defense industries have unique challenges when it comes to cybersecurity. Airlines are at risk for a potential breach in the system and have to guarantee to keep their passengers, pilots and crew safe.
For banking and financial companies, the cybersecurity threat landscape is significant — “easy money” for the cyber criminal.
Information technology industry is one of the most diverse industries. IT companies are expected to prepare and manage their cybersecurity needs more proactively.
Healthcare industry is an attractive target for cyber criminals. Cybersecurity vulnerabilities and data breach incidents pose risks for every healthcare institution.
Each of the municipal entities above must protect their cyber network infrastructure against attacks and other less destructive compromises.
Telecommunication companies maintain and manage large networks. Due to large number of access points and data volume, telecom networks are especially vulnerable against.
Institutions of higher education face unique cybersecurity challenges. With a diverse group of data consumers and multiple points of entry, securing sensitive data.
Travel and hospitality industry heavily relies on IT and web footprint for reservations for flights, hotels, car rentals, and other amenities.
Companies in manufacturing sector often face unique cybersecurity challenges due to their complex supply chains and distributed data assets.
The threat of cyber-attacks against the energy infrastructure is ever increasing. In 2014, a cyber attack that originated in China infiltrated a US public utility.
The pharmaceutical industry is one of the most regulated sectors of our economy. Often, business decisions at pharmaceutical companies are driven by compliance, regulation.
Since the Sony Hack, media and entertainment companies have been in the cyber attacks spotlight. In recent years, cyber attacks against media and entertainment.