Since the birth of the world wide web, the problem of privacy and cor­porate security issues has become a sig­nif­icant concern. The advancement of tech­nology can be seen as a double-edged sword. Processes and com­mu­ni­cation become easier, however, there is a trade-off with security issues. 

In this regards, not only indi­viduals but majorly any company who is oper­ating in today’s economy is con­fronted with the threat of cyber attacks and leakages. In 2015, there was an increase by 38% of security inci­dents in com­parison to 2014. Fur­thermore, the theft of intel­lectual property has increased by 56% in the year 2015. 

It is, therefore crucial for com­panies to stay up-to-date with the latest tech­nologies to prevent any set­backs that might cause heavy losses and a breach of trust with their cus­tomers. Many firms are adopting, given this risky envi­ronment by intro­ducing cloud-enabled cyber-security, big Data ana­lytics, and advanced authen­ti­cation to reduce cyber-risks and improve cyber-security pro­grams. 



Jonathan Müll

Business Development Manager