After the massive Twitter hack, learn how to protect your business and stay cyber safe

27 July 2020

Peter Yapp, Partner and Cybersecurity Expert at Schillings, speaks to Benzinga on lessons learned after the massive Twitter hack and highlights the importance that prevention is better than a cure.

Many businesses focus too much on threats and not enough on identifying vulnerabilities and their attack surfaces, Yapp said. It’s important to know your weaknesses and have an action plan, according to the cybersecurity expert.

We read a lot about cyber threats and attacks but, if they don’t directly relate to our organization, we tend not to take much action, he said.

And yet, when it comes to a breach, he said prevention is so much better than the cure.

You can read the full article here.

*First published on Benzinga, 22 July 2020.

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Peter Yapp

Partner

Peter started his career in investigation and has been a leader in the field of computer forensics for nearly three decades

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