Security Best Practice - Top tips for staff
The best technology based cyber solution will not mitigate risks of users accidentally or maliciously compromising Business intellectual property. That is why it is critical to ensure that staff are provided with regular security training.
We have put together an easy to follow Security Best Practice containing top tips and do's and don'ts.
Identification of the risks in current protection arrangements. Understanding what needs to be protected, and the best ways to achieve it.
Protection across all areas of vulnerability, stopping in-bound threats and ensuring no information leaks out of the organisation.
Nullify attacks and remain operationally unaffected with seamless business continuity failover to a replicated secure system with no loss of service or data.
Detecting malicious activity and immediately removing the threat through constant scrutiny of all activity with best practice multi-factor authentication of all connecting devices.
System ‘rewind & reset’ to a point just before the incident with our business continuity ‘Recovery-as-a-Service’ (RaaS), plus investigation and identification of any additional security requirements that may be required.
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