Spike in Cybercrime Amid Pandemic Accelerates Convergence of Physical & Cybersecurity
CLEVELAND, July 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Cybercrime is on the rise amid the coronavirus pandemic, in large part because more business is being conducted online and employees are working remotely, increasing the number of possible failure points in a security system. In addition to costing companies greatly, these breaches can erode public trust and result in lost business or even lawsuits. They are also accelerating existing trends in the $220 billion global security services market, which is forecast to expand 3.6% annually through 2024.
The Line Between Physical Security & Cybersecurity Continues to Blur
Until recently, cybersecurity has been largely separate from the traditional security industry (falling more under the umbrella of the information technology industry), but growth in the use of integrated digital security systems has blurred the line between physical and cybersecurity. As a result, security service providers are increasingly gaining information technology competencies, and cybersecurity represents a core growth area for many security companies. For instance:
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