What You Need to Know About Cybersecurity
The increasingly complex digital landscape requires your organization to be prepared. Security 101 offers you helpful and valuable insights and resources to understand why it is important to develop a solid cyber security strategy that intentionally unifies the cyber and physical security components synergistically, and to learn what it takes to protect your company from attacks against data.
Reduce your exposure to cyberattacks
As the cloud, Internet of Things (IoT), and managed access control and managed video surveillance services become more popular to boost site security, hackers are also finding in these technologies new opportunities to access an organization’s sensitive data and network.
The biggest cyber weakness
Any physical security element on the IoT could be used, unscrupulously, as an entry point to your network. For instance, an intruder could disable your physical security devices, such as surveillance cameras, access control systems, sensors or alarms, by exploiting vulnerabilities offered by exposed equipment, unsecured networks, or a weak IoT.
Network vulnerabilities can be digital (e.g., weak passwords, poorly maintained software) and tangible (e.g., improperly discarded hardware, passwords on paper, or physical break-ins). These can be avoided by implementing proper cyber hygiene practices and improving your physical security posture.
Device hardening techniques
Hardware and devices can be properly hardened using effective techniques to truly prevent risks, mitigate liabilities, and outsmart hackers. Cyber and physical security should stop being treated as standalone functions. Instead, the physical and digital domains must reflect the current interconnected condition of the world.
The physical security of cyber systems
Physical security protects cybersecurity by limiting access to spaces where data is stored. Preventing unauthorized persons from entering your site with modern video surveillance and access control systems can safeguard your intellectual property and data.
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Limit the impact of cyberattacks
It is important to ensure the digital stability of your business, become knowledgeable about cyberthreats, and apply the appropriate strategies and tools needed to mitigate risks.
- The delicate current context justifies building a resilient cybersecurity program.
- Go from zero capabilities to mature foundations and a proactive cybersecurity stance by implementing appropriate management tools, device tracking, content monitoring, remote updates and configurations, and powerful firewalls.
- Increase digital trust and holistic resilience through the optimization of processes and the adoption of 21st-century solutions.
A modern approach requires a risk-based cybersecurity methodology, plus recognizing that the protection of your assets must be differentiated.
- Identify tactical and strategic risks inside your organization and determine the effect those risks could have on your digital assets if they materialize.
- Adopt layers of protection against phishing, ransomware, malware, intrusion, and other cyber attacks by partnering with an experienced cybersecurity ally.
- Prevent assaults by proactively addressing weak points instead of waiting for attacks to occur.
Our cybersecurity resources
Organizations need to become resilient against existing cyber threats and proactive to face and recover from future cyber attacks. Our FREE cybersecurity resources can help you get started.
Monitor and prioritize
Identify risks by analyzing network traffic behavior, and utilizing data-logs, and advanced AI-based pattern recognition systems.
Your cybersecurity partner should help you identify appropriate remediation processes and frameworks and offer you recommendations for specific cyberthreats.
Automate a systematic threat remediation program to avoid human errors and delays.
Pre-configuration of your cybersecurity plan to address your site’s wants and needs is key.
Confirm you get continuous monitoring, examination, risk hunting, and investigation of cyber threats in real-time.
Achieve low “click rates” in employee phishing programs, periodically revisit and revise your cybersecurity priorities, and access insightful reports about your cyber environment.
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