How At-Bay keeps SMBs safe from the 300% jump in cybercrime
Speaking with James Spiro at Calcalist’s Tech TLV, At-Bay Founder and CEO Rotem Iram offers advice on how companies can stay safe
“We have a built-in incentive to help them stay safe,” explained At-Bay Founder and CEO Rotem Iram when speaking about his clients at Tech TLV. The company is hired as a cybersecurity insurance company for SMBs looking to protect their business from attacks.
“Cybersecurity seems like an incredibly complicated and technical space where you don’t imagine your insurance company playing a major technical role, but if you look at every other domain of risk, it has always been the insurance company to standardize how risk mitigation should look like, incorporating different technologies and services… If it’s our money that is at stake, then we want to be the ones who understand the risk and take the measures to help stop it.”
Today, one-third of ransomware attacks come from email, and users can reduce their overall chance of attack by simply incorporating multi-factor authentication, and a secure email gateway.
You can watch the entire exchange in the video above.