Have you been hacked yet? Rather than wait for disaster, there are budget-friendly steps you can
take to greatly reduce your risks.
From CNBC: A cyber attack costs a small company or department $200,000
on average, putting many out of business. An IBM study for larger companies put the average at $4 million.
We believe that prevention is easier than recovery.
Start by downloading the free Five Easiest Steps and Seven Best Practices here.
Take five minutes and utilize our simplified security self-assessment tool.
Instant results display your Flex-Protection information security score, and offer suggestions for improvement.
This private, confidential assessment does not scan your network or require technical knowledge.
It simply boosts your awareness of best practices and good security policy.
Show your management and stakeholders you are being proactive when it comes to
protecting your company's systems and data.
Please select the response that best represents your company or organization for each risk factor.
|Do you have a written Information Security Policy that is endorsed and supported by top management?
|How often are employees and management given Security Awareness Training (SAT)?
|Do you have a documented Data Inventory - a list of key data stores, where they are located, and how they are protected?
|Is there a convenient list of Security Best Practices that all computer users are familiar with?
|Is critical data backed up automatically every day, onto seperate computers used for this purpose?
|Does your company have remote or traveling employees who need network access?
|Have you had a network vulnerability scan or professional security assessment from a third party consultant or advisor?
|Does your company or organization have a public-facing web site?
Your Information Security Policy
Download a flexible Information Security Policy (ISP) that you can use as the foundation
of your data security initiative.
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5 Easiest Security Steps
Discover and adopt these 5 measures that will make your data safer. Simple,
cost-effective and won't disrupt your business.
7 Best Practices
These 7 industry best practices will protect you in the long run. Consistent with ISO 27001
and the NIST framework. All industries, private and public sector.
Includes our 5 Easiest Steps, 7 Best Practices, Data Inventory Template,
Information Security Policy, and a Security Assessment.
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Our flexible Risk Management application. Manage ongoing cyber risks
by identifying and deploying appropriate defensive measures.
Your network and servers may be secure, but you could still use
an outside assessment. A short survey will start the process.
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This Bullet Point Brief provides a high-level overview of the
globally recognized ISO 27001 certification. You can decide if this step is appropriate for your
Top Ten Defensive Measures
These ten counter-measures form a solid foundation
for a strong cyber defense. Deploy these measures as time and budget allows
beginning with our free Information Security Policy.
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I would like to implement simple best security practices to protect my company from cyber attacks and data breaches.
I am interested in utilizing a flexible risk management tool to improve our defenses and track our ongoing risk.
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We can meet with your management or board at any time to discuss your security, at no cost
We always start by asking questions
What specific data items are potentially at risk and where are they stored?
How are they currently being protected from data breaches and who is responsible?
We are all in the same boat, regardless of our industry
Systems are constantly under attack, from both internal and external sources.
Targets include personal, financial, payment, health, and operational data.
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There are many steps you can take to defend yourself from ransomware, and to lesson the impact if it does happen.
Let's create an Incident Response Plan to be ready.
You may not realized this attack has happened, since everything seems normal. Let's prepare for this threat with a few simple steps.
Now would be a good time to schedule some user Security Awareness Training (SAT) which will create safer habits and better cyber hygeine. It's a great
risk management tool.