What fiduciary companies should do after a cyber attack
The right prevention measures can reduce the risk of cyber attacks. But what can you do after your trust company has been the victim of data theft, a DDoS attack or ransomware? Read this blog post to find out what steps you should take after a cyber attack.
How to protect your trust company from cyber-attacks
A further increase in cyber attacks is expected in 2023. Smaller companies have also been targeted by cyber criminals. The devastating consequences range from financial losses to criminal charges and permanent reputational damage. This blog post provides you with practical tips on how to reduce the risk of hacking attacks on your trust company.
The cyber threats fiduciary companies need to protect themselves from in 2023
Data theft, system failures, the loss of work progress and reputational damage: cybercrime is one of the biggest risks for companies today. The days when it was mainly large corporations and private individuals who were hacked are over. Swiss fiduciary companies can also fall victim to cyber attacks. In this blog post, we summarise which cyber threats are currently lurking.
This is why software breaches harm fiduciary companies
Large expenditure of time, high susceptibility to errors and no automation in the true sense of the word: Nowadays, it is no longer sufficient for trust companies to work only with a document management system (DMS). Many fiduciary companies have therefore linked their DMS to accounting software. In this blog post, you can read about what you need to consider and why you should avoid software or platform breaches.