If you aren't handling significantly sensitive data at the moment, then I recommend growing your own security talent from within, utilizing the skilled resources you already have who are already familiar with your business processes and client needs. The end solution can be the creation of a two to three member internal cybersecurity team and department. Whatever you do, complete inaction isn't the answer. While you cannot know what cybersecurity threats lie ahead, you can and should be proactive. Are you currently taking specific measures to prevent data breaches on the projects you manage and the customer and internal data you handle?
Cybercrime tools that incorporate AI are outstripping their cybersecurity counterparts--malware today can pinpoint their targets from millions, generate convincing spam, and infect computer networks without being detected. All this raises the question--and it's a tough one--can cybersecurity innovations keep pace with cybercrime? It can, if companies use the same original thought and invention that sustains the war, turning not just to technology, but also communications with government agencies and new ways of thinking about cyber defense.
A security system is literally a means/method by which something is secured through a system of interworking components and devices. When it comes to information, it is defined as the protection of information to minimize exposure to unauthorized personnel. Cybercrime is a wide range of malicious activities including the illegal interception of data, system interferences that compromise network integrity and availability of copyright infringements. These offenses are committed using telecommunication networks such as the internet and mobile phones. The crime may be committed by individuals or small groups, as well as by criminal organizations that are often spread around the world and committing crimes on an unprecedented scale with a criminal motive to intentionally harm the reputation of the victim.