Maintaining a mature security program helps to drive significant improvements in governance and compliance at any organization, from a small business to a large enterprise. The more mature a company’s security program becomes, the better the organization’s risk management and overall security culture.
These reasonable resolutions will launch your organization’s cybersecurity in 2023.
October may be Cybersecurity Awareness Month, but finding ways to promote cybersecurity awareness is a daily necessity for organizations in every industry. Because human error is a major contributing cause in 95% of all breaches, we all share the responsibility for cybersecurity at our organizations. (more…)
Beat social engineering with cybersecurity awareness, our best tool for thwarting social attacks.
Social engineers will do or say anything to exploit human interest and emotion— and persuade users to give up sensitive data, such as personally identifiable information (PII) and network credentials.
The Securance Cybersecurity Awareness Month Toolkit contains tips and tricks to improve security across your organization, from detecting phishing emails to understanding ransomware attacks.
Default configurations of technologies may be convenient and user-friendly, but they are rarely optimal when it comes to security. That is where these system hardening tips come in.
An IT risk assessment finds security risks, threats, and vulnerabilities affecting technologies, IT processes, and compliance status. Identifying risks, and how to mitigate them, supports longstanding sustainability, resiliency, and agility within the IT environment.
On December 13, 2020, Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued its fifth ever Emergency Directive. The agency instructed all national networks to disconnect products from SolarWinds’ Orion.
Protecting company data means more than keeping external threats at bay. Insider threats are multi-million-dollar incidents, with damages rising every year.