It seems that every day, another colossal cyber attack on a company, government organization or mega CEO makes headline news. But cyber attacks can hit you in the comfort of your home as often as they hit Fortune 500 companies. Even with attacks of varying magnitude, a cyber attack is a deliberate exploitation of computer systems, technology-dependent enterprises and networks. The result? According to Market Research Media, the U.S. federal cyber security market is estimated to reach $22 Billion by 2022.
Today’s modern ERP systems provide security that can help prevent cyber attacks. We’re referring to attacks that pose a real threat to your business, your reputation, your family and your credibility. Your company data is too vital, too necessary to be tucked away just because cyber attacks only happen to ‘other’ people. However, with careful project planning and implementation, an ERP system can help you reduce the risk of a cyber attack. Here are five ways ERP can (and just might) do it.