Cybersecurity management is about learning what to expect and being ready for it. And, on that note, running a cybersecurity risk assessment helps you evaluate and improve your organization’s security stance through discovering new threats, vulnerabilities, and countermeasures.
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A multi-layered security approach ensures you protect your company’s critical data and infrastructure from all angles. But what exactly is multi-layered cybersecurity, why does comprehensive enterprise security matter, and how do you deploy it across your business? Here’s what you should know.
Cybersecurity is both proactive and responsive. Besides putting in place preemptive measures to deter cybercriminals, you also need an IT incident response strategy to counteract imminent threats. Think of an IR plan as a damage control measure.
There’s a lot to pen testing, and it’s critical to do it right. When you know how to perform penetration testing, you can better protect your network from cyber threats and reduce the risk of a data breach. Do it yourself or partner with experts to ensure success and safeguard your network.
Many companies allow remote working, but they often neglect the most important thing: device security. The problem? If you don’t protect your devices when working remotely, you risk serious data breaches. So, here’s why security matters and how to write an effective remote security policy.
Intelligent IoT technology is the heart of modern automation. Although ideal for enhancing workplace efficiency, some IoT devices harbor critical digital security risks. Cyberattacks perpetrated through IoT networks are increasing, mounting concerns over the safety of using these devices.
October 2020 is Cybersecurity Awareness Month (CSAM 2020) — a month of events designed to promote safety online. CSAM has been held annually since the National Security Alliance and the United States Department of Homeland Security inaugurated the first session of awareness back in 2004.
Having a solid data security plan is an absolute must for all modern businesses. If you don’t have one in place, your business may be at risk of fines and significant financial losses. Now’s a good time to start prioritizing your data security.
It’s imperative that organizations have a plan to protect their data in the event of a disaster or cyberattack. Your data is important for all operations in your business. Data contains all information, from files and account folders to business applications and client information.
Co-managed services provide invaluable support to businesses of all sizes. But what exactly is co-managed IT? In this guide, we’ll look at what is involved with co-managed IT, the services it covers, and how your business can grow and flourish leveraging its benefits.