To cybercriminals, your startup is a goldmine of enticing data: passwords, intellectual property, access to newly funded accounts. Indeed, hackers and cybercriminals have always targeted startups. And unfortunately, things have only gotten worse since the pandemic began, pushing virtually everyone to work remotely, and putting young companies at greater risk than ever.
Distributed workforces are more vulnerable
Attacks against distributed and remote workforces – regardless of business type – have skyrocketed for several reasons. Foremost among these reasons are weaker network and device protections, as well as the operational challenges inherent with being distributed.
For startups, a breach can be devastating.
If your company’s work gets stolen or compromised, you may never make it to market. And, if you do, it could be in a greatly diminished position. But there’s plenty of things you can -- and should -- do now to minimize risks. That is what we’ll discuss in this important webinar.
Join us for an exclusive virtual event
We are excited to have a panel of entrepreneurs and experts who have grappled with these issues. Together with Lewis Hower, Managing Director of Startup Banking for SVB and Vouch General Counsel Kelly Wulff, we’ll be joined by Christina Cacioppo, founder and CEO of Vanta and Kirk Nahra, a partner at Wilmer Hale.
View recording of this event below.