There’s a spine-chilling uptick in cyberattacks—the FBI received a record number of cyber-related complaints last year, with reported losses of over $4.1 billion. A housing organization might not seem like the most lucrative target for a hacker (compared to a billion-dollar private sector business), but criminals are opportunists.
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Despite a housing organization’s best efforts to boost cybersecurity, not all incidents can be prevented. To prepare for and respond to these breakthrough attacks, organizations should develop a cyber incident response plan outlining steps to minimize losses, fix weaknesses, and restore services.
Cybercriminals continue to target public and affordable housing organizations at an alarming rate. The good news? Protecting yourself doesn’t have to be complicated—or expensive.