Built for Business
Multiple industries and business sectors are commonly identified as being at higher risk for cybercrime and communications system hacking and fraudulent use. Whilst it is important to note that cyber threats can and Do affect any sector, the industries referenced on this page are often considered most at risk:
Real time monitoring, alerting and attack mitigation allow you to modernise and maximise your communications security with the Progressive Automation and Orchestration powered by siprotect. Trust us to be your independent communications security experts and help better protect your business operations, staff and customers.
The vast amount of valuable financial information and the interconnectedness of the sector make Banks, investment firms, and insurance companies a prime target due to the potential for financial gain. Cybercriminals steal sensitive customer data, conduct fraudulent transactions, or compromise financial systems.
Public and Private healthcare is increasingly targeted due to the large volume of sensitive personal and medical data. Electronic health records (EHRs), patient information, and valuable research data make these organisations prime targets. Ransomware attacks, data breaches, and unauthorized access to data can have severe consequences.
The ICT sector is regularly targeted due to the valuable data and intellectual property it possesses. Cybercriminals seek to exploit vulnerabilities in software or infrastructure to gain unauthorised access for fraudulent purposes or launch attacks targeting their clients..
These critical infrastructures rely on interconnected national (and sometimes international) systems, making them vulnerable to cyberattacks. A successful attack on these systems could cause service disruptions with resultant citizen impact, environmental damage, or even physical harm
Targeted due to their valuable data, critical infrastructure, and the potential for political or social disruption. Nation-states, hacktivist groups, or cybercriminals seek to gain unauthorised access to sensitive government & citizens information, disrupt government services, or launch cyber espionage campaigns.
With the continual rise and use of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and interconnected industrial control systems (ICS), this sector faces increasing cyber risks for communications and infrastructure. Intellectual property theft and unauthorised access to systems leads to production disruptions, equipment damage, or compromise worker safety