Preparing for the Worst, Hoping for the Best: Cybersecurity in 2023 for Family Businesses & Offices
Cybersecurity statistics show that family businesses and offices are at an increasingly higher risk for targeted data breaches. Family offices manage nearly 50% of ultra-high net worth family wealth and at least 25% of offices have been a victim of cyberattacks.
Because it’s easier than hacking well-defensed companies, cybercriminals regularly target the personal digital lives of individuals and families with wealth, access, status, and reputation. The best practice to thwart a cyberattack is to have a plan in place before disaster strikes.
Edouard Thijssen, CEO & Co-founder of Trusted Family speaks to cybersecurity expert and thought leader, Annmarie Giblin about how high-net worth individuals and family enterprises can protect themselves against cyber threats in today’s digitally-enabled world.
- What are the biggest information security threat trends and actors that family enterprises must be aware of?
- What should be included in a solid cybersecurity strategy/plan?
- How Trusted Family works with global family enterprises to put a plan in place?