Top 6 Enterprises Improving Their Cyber Security Defenses

Considering how the number of cyber threats continues to grow at an accelerated pace, it is not surprising to see a lot of companies invest in cyber security. Interestingly enough, it appears as both large and small enterprises are looking to step up their cybersecurity game. Below are some of the companies making significant strides in this regard. A commitment to securing the business is of the utmost importance right now.

#6 Dignity Health

A growing number of US-based hospitals are looking to serve the local communities they represent under the Dignity Health name. Even though the company was founded in 1986, they are looking towards the future. To be more precise, they admit cyber security will play a critical role moving forward, and they are hiring professionals as we speak. The healthcare sector is a prominent target for criminals and hackers, that much is certain.

#5 ECS Federal, LLC

This particular company delivers engineering, technical, and scientific expertise to the Department of Defense and Federal Civilian agencies in the United States. It is good to see enterprises such as ECS Federal, LLC focus on the looming cyber security threat. The company has a passionate team keeping critical information safe, yet more senior members are always welcome to join the ranks.

#4 Navy Federal Credit Union

It is not surprising to see enterprises handling other people’s finances focus on cyber security in 2017. Navy Federal Credit Union is the world’s largest credit union, managing close to US$77bn in assets. Enterprises like these need to be among the first to beef up their cyber security game, and NFCU has been doing a great job so far. However, they will need to continue monitoring this threat at all time.

#3 HP

Even technology giants, such as Hewlett-Packard, bet big on cybersecurity defenses right now. HP wants to create the future of technology, and they can ill-afford cyber security incidents. The company slogan to “keep reinventing” also applies to their policy on cybersecurity, which is a positive sign. In fact, HP is hiring a Cyber Security Engagement & Incident Manager for their Houston offices right now.

#2 Bosch

The Bosch Group is best known for their activities in the automotive sector. Being a leading global supplier of automotive and industrial technology attracts unwanted attention from criminals and hackers. Focusing on cybersecurity is one of the top priorities for this company right now. Protecting company secrets, keeping information safe, and ensuring all systems are secured at all times make them one of the top leaders in the enterprise cyber security race right now.

#1 General Motors

As we see more technology enter the automotive sector, additional concerns are raised regarding cyber security. The last thing anyone wants is to have their vehicle hacked and taken over by criminals. General Motors acknowledge the growing cyber risks, and they have been focusing a lot of attention on beefing up their cyber security department.

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