Week 4 - Closing Case, Five Ways Hackers Can Get into Your Business

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Week 4: Closing Case

CLOSING CASE ONE

 

Five Ways Hackers Can Get into Your Business

Hackers don’t care what size your business is; they only care if they can get past your defenses and relieve you of your valuables. Hackers actually like small businesses because they tend to have more to steal than an individual person but fewer cyber defenses than a large company. The hard reality is that most small businesses stand at least a 50–50 chance of being targeted for attack by hackers. Did you know:

? Once every three minutes, the average company comes into contact with viruses and malware.

? One in every 291 email messages contains a virus.

? Three things hackers want most are customer data, intellectual property, and bank account information.

? The top five file names used in phishing scams are Details.zip, UPS_document.zip, DCIM.zip, Report.zip, and Scan.zip.

? The average annual cost of a cyberattack on a small or medium-sized business is $188,242.

 

Cyberthieves are always looking for new ways to gain access to your business data, business networks, and business applications. The best way to protect your business from cybertheft is to build a strong defense and be able to identify vulnerabilities and weak spots. The top five ways hackers will try to gain access to your businesses, according to John Brandon of Inc. magazine, are highlighted in Figure 4.19. (Please note there are far more than five ways. These are just the five most common.)

 

FIGURE 4.19

Five Ways Hackers Gain Access to Your Business

 

Read Closing Case One: Five Ways Hackers Can Get into Your Business. (Highlighted in Yellow above) and respond to Questions below.

Be sure to use the Rubric as a guide to the requirements.

Questions: 

1. Identify two policies that a business could implement to ensure the protection of sensitive corporate data from.

2. Demonstrate how a business can use authentication and authorization technologies to prevent hackers from gaining access to organizational.

3. Analyze how a business can use prevention and resistance technologies to safeguard its employees from hackers and viruses.

4. Explain why hackers want to gain access to organizational.

 Your paper should include an introduction and responses to the four questions in a paper format. Please do not use bullet points for your responses and do not list the case questions.  Instead, consider using subheadings and writing a paper that flows from paragraph to paragraph. Use APA format (double-spaced) and cite any resources.

 

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