Ransomware, denial-of-service attacks, jailbreak, zero-day attacks, man-in-the-middle attacks, headless worms, ghostware. The language of cyber attacks can incite fear — which seems appropriate given that it is costing businesses between $400 and $500 billion a year.
Here are the top five reasons why omnichannel security must be your priority:
- As businesses rush to build omnichannel capabilities they widen the attack surface, introduce new risks and vulnerabilities by exposing
sensitive corporate and customer data via websites, mobile apps, mobile wallets, digital payments, wearables, kiosks, in-store, social, mobile, cloud, IoT, big data analytics, partners, and suppliers.