With the recent Optus data breach impacting around 10 million Australians, the alarm bells are ringing. People have lost confidence in the brand and customers are concerned about if or how they’ll be impacted. But let’s take a step back, the pandemic sped up the adoption of technology by businesses – there’s now a lot more reliance on computer-based programs and digital tools. And with that comes an increased risk of cyber-attacks. That’s according to the Chief Technical Officer and Co-Founder of Cynch Security, Adam Selwood, who describes the current situation as a “powder keg.” You only have to look at the recent Optus cyber security breach. In this episode, Adam Selwood outlines the steps every business should take to make sure that they are cyber secure.