Employees leaving jobs because of Cyber Attacks

Encore, a security stack management business held a survey recently and found that employees will leave their jobs on a respective note as their business firm has fallen victim to a cyber attack. The study was conducted on C-suite employees, CIOs and CTOs and some office workers among whom about 60% of them believed they will leave their jobs as soon as a digital attack strikes their firm.

Many of the employees who took part in the Encore survey have voted that the main reason for their quit was the reason that the organization cannot afford them anymore as the company users and patrons have lost faith in it.

Encore survey also discovered that the business firms that become a victim to cyber attacks often keep their employees in dark and that is being tagged as a fundamental error as they lose trust in their employer forever.

When a disruption is caused, recovery costs, downtime costs, winning back customer and stake holders trust become crucial and hard to achieve. Under such circumstances, a company loses business and plunges into a position where it cannot pay its employees anymore.

To counter such situations with ease, the only way is to be well-prepared by deploying automated solutions that swiftly block and respond with great resilience. However, an adequate budget, a thinking change among C-level employees and the owner of the company that cybersecurity is crucial for business is also needed though.


Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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