How to protect your data in the age of cybercrime

07/07/2019
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16:09
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EL UNIVERSAL in English/Gretel Morales
How to protect your data in the age of cybercrime
Synology offers a wide variety of solutions - Photo: Taken from Synology's Instagram account

How to protect your data in the age of cybercrime

07/07/2019
16:09
EL UNIVERSAL in English/Gretel Morales
Mexico City
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In Mexico, cybercrime poses an increasing threat to civilians, as well as both private and public institutions

In Mexico, cybercrime poses an increasing threat to civilians, as well as both private and public institutions, according to a report by Europol.

The document presented by Philipp Amann, head of Strategy of Europol’s European Cybercrime Center, before the European Parliament Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice, and Home Affairs, claimed that “Mexico’s profile has become more prominent” in cases involving online crime.

Moreover, Symantec ranked Mexico among the top 10 countries with the most malicious links disseminated through e-mails; notably, Mexico ranked 7 after Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Norway, and the UK.

Also, McAfee has estimated that the financial impact of cybercrime in Mexico rises to USD$3 billion a year.

Therefore, cybersecurity has become an urgent matter in Mexico during this new digital era, since it has become the fastest growing industry in the world.

Given Mexico's importance in this industry, new companies are arriving in Mexico, aiming to provide efficient solutions to one of the most important markets in Latin America.

For example, Synology arrived in Mexico a few weeks ago. This Taiwan-based company is known for its network-attached storage (NAS), IP surveillance solutions, and network equipment that transform the way users manage data, conduct surveillance, and manage network in the cloud era.

Furthermore, Synology emphasizes the importance of data and its essential role in all industries, where protecting its data is every company's main concern. As the industry leader, Synology enables every business to manage, secure, and protect their own data anywhere access is needed from flash to disk to multiple cloud architectures.

Along with other companies, Synology is changing the way Mexican businesses and users manage data storage and cybersecurity, and in turn, protect users' privacy.

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