Cyber Security Assessment
Securing your data
Evaluating your organization’s security stance
To prevent a cyberattack on your IT infrastructure or specific applications, what steps should you take? The most potent cyberthreats are tailored to exploit the particular weaknesses of each individual enterprise. To stay on top of industry best practices, it is important to conduct regular security assessments to have a comprehensive picture of your security posture.
Why is cyber security important?
The figure above shows 2020 cyber attacks statistics by type.
All types of data are safeguarded by cybersecurity against loss or destruction. Sensitive data, PHI (Protected Health Information), PII (personally identifiable information), personal data, intellectual property, data, and government and business information systems are included in this category.
Without cybersecurity, your firm is an easy target for cybercriminals since it is unable to protect itself against data breach efforts.
Cybercrime is receiving more attention from governments throughout the world. The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is an excellent example. By requiring all organizations operating in the EU to:
- Inform about data breaches.
- Employ A data protection officer.
- Require user permission to process data
- Anonymize data to protect your privacy.