Holmes and Watson, Calvin and Hobbes, Solo and Chewbacca, Fintech and Cybersecurity, what do these have in common? They are an iconic long-lasting partnership that is meant to be. Well implemented cybersecurity for financial services shows that cybersecurity partnerships are a must for maintaining consistently high levels of security.
Smartphones, smartwatches, smart fridge, smart tv, but what about smart security? Organizations realize that IoT (internet of things) security is rapidly becoming the new frontier for their security ecosystem.
Guarding your business against malicious attacks on your critical data is essential for business growth. This is why you need risk assessment services from experts who will help you preempt threats to your network and assist to mitigate such threats. Third-party services and vendors can help conduct a risk assessment for your business.
An incident response tabletop scenario is an exercise where security teams discuss, in a classroom-type setting, their roles in response to an emergency. This discussion is usually conducted by a trained facilitator who guides the team through multiple scenarios and determines their readiness or potential gaps in their response process.
Constructing and effectively using a cyber risk assessment questionnaire is one of the cornerstones of a security leader’s job to successfully evaluate risk. A risk assessment is a thorough look at everything that can impact the security of your organization. When done correctly, it can shed light on any potential risks and their respective priority.
The Vulnerability Management Lifecycle is a cybersecurity practice that helps fortify an organization’s readiness to anticipate and handle attacks.
Law firms are attractive targets for cyber criminals. While the information they harbor isn’t as closely protected as that of the healthcare industry, it can be just as sensitive, if not more so. A data breach could lead to financial damage, whether fraud, theft, or ransom. Thus, it’s imperative to develop a cybersecurity plan for your practice. The various cybersecurity requirements for law firms impact not only the attorneys on staff, but also the many clients you have a duty to protect.
A 2014 article on the Forbes website says that the future is mobile. Today, 6 years after the release of that Forbes article, it’s clearer than ever before that the future is indeed mobile. With the exponential rise in the dominance of smartphones and other mobile apparatus, companies are beginning to pay more attention to enterprise mobile management (EMM) solutions.
When companies work with federal agencies, their cyberdefense becomes a matter of national security. This is especially true for companies that process federal contract information (FCI), protected by Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Clause 52.203-21, or controlled unclassified information, protected by Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) Clause 252.204-7012. For these firms, DoD cybersecurity awareness training may be necessary.
Data breaches are costing your industry an average of $3.16 Million every year. Here is how you can save yourself the hassle of dealing with the fallout.