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It is critical that all employees are properly trained and educated to prepare for continuous threats.

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$8.19 Million Reasons to Choose Risk Alleviators Technologies

The impact of cyber threats has forced businesses to alter their approach in protecting their most critical assets. Information Security and Cybersecurity are the hot topics discussed from the front line to the executive boardroom. In the United States, the total average cost that businesses paid for a data breach in 2019 was $8.19 million (IBM Security and Ponemon Institute, 2020). One thing that can be gathered from these breaches is that many senior executives have not embraced their role in the leadership and management of security within their organizations.

As businesses and their affiliates increase their dependence on technology to drive their mission, the inability to identify and properly manage these new risks has led to a substantial lost in revenue, morale, and overall mission focus. Also, the lack of appropriate executive-driven policies to dictate technological integration and management has led to confusion and misuse among employees charged with utilizing technologies to advance the business.

Risk Alleviators Technologies was established in 2017 to provide businesses with the ability to improve their overall Information Security and Cybersecurity hygiene by effectively identifying, managing, and alleviating risks associated with their use of Information Technology, starting at the Senior Executive level. Using proven risk management strategies, Risk Alleviators Technologies strives to not only provide effective solutions, but education as well.


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