Globe Business opened its groundbreaking event “CyberHeist 2023,” a three-day activity that highlights the vital role of cybersecurity in the digital age and how cybersecurity solutions can help organizations protect their data.
“Globe Business is here to help customers build a roadmap so they can shift from a reactive to a proactive cybersecurity posture. We want to help them strengthen their defenses by preemptively identifying security threats and vulnerabilities and implementing appropriate policies and processes to mitigate threats before they occur,” KD Dizon, Head of Globe Business.
CyberHeist gives cybersecurity managers and IT Risk practitioners from diverse enterprises a firsthand experience of real-life cyber breach simulations in a safe and controlled environment. Whiskey Business: Code on the Rocks, meanwhile, caters to C-level executives and decision-makers, facilitating thoughtful discussions with cybersecurity thought leaders over some fine whiskey. Participants also get to immerse in Bandersnatch-inspired interactive videos, making real-time decisions on how to handle cybersecurity attacks.
The event showcases Globe Business’ wide array of cybersecurity solutions, covering every critical aspect of cybersecurity, including ZScaler, Palo Alto Networks, Samsung, Fortinet, Checkpoint, CyberArk, Tenable, Dell Technologies, NS Focus, WithSecure, and Yondu.
At the event, Globe officials led by Dizon, with Cocoy Claravall, Head of Partner Ecosystem, and Marlon Cruz, Senior Director – Services and Healthcare Sector, spoke about the ever-increasing threat of cybercrime to all businesses, irrespective of size or sector, and the crucial role that Globe Business plays in helping organizations proactively protect their digital assets.
The State of Incident Response report done by Kroll, a financial and risk advisory firm, indicates that the Philippines is among countries in the Asia-Pacific region most affected by cyber incidents such as malware, phishing, and password attacks. These often result in data loss, business interruption, and intellectual property theft.