Cybersecurity framework is an industry specific guide that defines what good cybersecurity looks like.
Do You Have a Cybersecurity Plan?
Running a business requires much planning. Strategy, policy, goals, products, and services need to be considered regularly along with who, why and how to make it all happen.
What about your plan for protecting the continuity of your business operations?
This must include a cybersecurity plan!
A firewall sits between the end user and the open internet to regulate the flow of traffic in and out of your network.
Passwords / permissions
Strong passwords improve protection from hacking and enables the user access as intended.
Multi Factor Authentication
Added layers of identification of a user to ensure they are not an impostor.
Security Awareness Training
User actions are often the reason for security breaches. Educating users improves the prevention of such actions.
Take control of what appears in your mailbox. Special configurations can prevent known threats such as phishing and malware
Web content filtering
Scanning inbound webpages for potential threats to alert the user and prevent harm to your data and environments.
Prevents unauthorized network communication back to malicious servers to mitigate threats such as ransomware and other attacks.
Antivirus & Malware prevention
Specialized software to monitor, prevent, and protect from malicious infections and potential harm.
Specialized software to monitor and protect data from being encrypted by cybercriminals and held for ransom.
Enables the restoration of data and environments back to a known good working state in the event of a loss.
Monitoring and Alerts
Emphasizes the prevention, protection and detection of security threats. The use of a Security Operations Center (SOC) is a best practice.
Should a security event occur, strong Managed Threat Response (MTR) must exist to best protect the business.