In 2020, when global businesses had to quickly shift to a more remote and distributed workforce without much preparation (as a result of the pandemic), the circumstances understandably led to an increase in cyber-attacks.
Not surprisingly, besides an overall increase in ransomware, phishing and malware attacks, server access was the third most common type of attack in 2020, according to the 2021 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index, an annual report published by the Security arm of IBM. The report defines a server attack as a “threat actor gaining unauthorized access to a victim’s server, either by exploiting stolen server credentials, exploiting a vulnerability, or other means.”
In a reality where data has become the world’s most valued asset, privacy and ethical management of data must be a top priority for organizations and data centers, particularly during times when remote work is becoming the norm rather than the exception.
And in this special technical tip report from Chatsworth Products (CPI), an expert in intelligent power management solutions and information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure, you’ll learn five key recommendations that data center operators can implement swiftly to ensure a robust access control system measure as part of their comprehensive cybersecurity framework.
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