We live in a deeply interconnected digital world. The information revolution that began in the 20th century now drives economic growth with electronic and artificially intelligent devices designed to drive data in a neutral and unhinged Internet. Consequently, information exchange at great scale has been a key driver for the IT sector with the prime focus on sourcing and streamlining gobs of data into meaningful and valuable information.
However, data leaks caused by unprecedented hacks have emerged as the nemesis to advanced technology, creating the dire need for effective cybersecurity, privacy, and risk management of our digital world. With cyber-attacks getting increasingly sophisticated, one company has stayed a cut above the rest by providing the simple all-in one future-ready and compliance-friendly cybersecurity and privacy programs to make cyber compliance easy for their clients and the supply chains that matter to them.
Established more than 20 years ago, headquartered in Sacramento California along with expertise located in San Diego, Los Angeles, Boise, and Denver, Omnistruct is leading the charge, preparing organizations to make security and privacy programs work so businesses can keep sensitive consumer data sacred that has been entrusted to them by customers and partners. Co-founded by President John Riley and CEO George Usi, Omnistruct’s mission is to help the other 98% of businesses prepare for when cyber compliance matters by offering simple cyber security and privacy programs that work. These programs include the new US guidelines in cyber security and privacy, designed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, to go well beyond technology and reduce the risk of sophisticated hackers.
Information is money
Information theft is the most expensive and fastest-growing segment of cybercrime. Although companies have compliance mandates in place, a simple hack could cause widespread impacts like loss of revenue, loss of reputation and regulatory fines. Despite having scores of innovative protection and detection technologies in place, data breaches are on the rise.
Arguably, as cybersecurity gets more advanced, so do cyber-attacks, forcing organizations to be diligent and ever ready in order to protect company secrets and personal information under their stewardship. “But by using a framework with risk mitigation, an organization can understand the risks, mitigate them in unique ways and be more successful when fending off cyberattacks,” explains John. This is where Omnistruct prevails.