How does good cyber security operate?
Strategically, cybersecurity should focus on protecting the identity, the device, and the data, and how to protect, detect and respond to the inevitable breach. It’s not about the four walls of the organization and its data center security. Considering the mobility and extensibility of the user and the organization, a strategy that protects the user accounts and their devices is key, with a shift toward protecting what ultimately really matters, the organization’s data. That’s all a well and good strategy, but, as recent history from the Equifax breach has shown, it’s about even more fundamental practices, like patching servers to close known vulnerabilities. Enabling’s security assessments cover online and on-premises best practices to shore up immediate gaps.
What are the costs of a cybersecurity attack?
Can companies predict cyber crime rather than simply respond to it?
I'm a smaller organization, do we really have to worry about hackers?
What is the best way to train for cybersecurity?
That administrators should refuse to login without a second factor. End users need to know that 90% of breaches begin with a phish and that protecting their identity and device is more important to the organization
How do I learn more about cybersecurity?