We have selected the most effective Cybersecurity guidelines, best practices, and defensive
measures and combined them into our Data Defender program, which begins with a simple assessment.
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 free security templates and suggestions below.
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.
Download a flexible Information Security Policy (ISP) that you can use as the foundation
of your data security initiative.
Discover and adopt these 5 measures that will make your data safer. Simple,
cost-effective and won't disrupt your business.
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.
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.
We just didn't know where to begin. It turns out the free "Five Easiest Steps" and "Seven Best Practices"
frameworks were just what we needed.
We quickly downloaded them, along with the Information Security Policy, and we started improving our defenses.
We used the Information Security Policy as a foundation for strengthening our defenses and best practices.
It gave us a starting point for adjusting some of our procedures and saved us a lot of time and money.
If you follow the Five Easy Steps and Best Practices in the Data Defender you will reduce your odds of being a target of a ransomware attack. Just as importantly,
you will be able to recover more quickly, which we call "resilience".
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
Managing Information Security in the cloud is very
different from your traditional local configurations. New tools and concepts
can make security a challenge.
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.
What are some other simple steps I can take to achieve better information security in my organization?
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?
Systems are constantly under attack, from both internal and external sources.
Targets include personal, financial, payment, health, and operational data.
Your information will be held confidential.
Add in a custom Information Security Policy and Data Inventory template and you have
a good start. Harden your defenses and your security posture.
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You may not know if your data and systems are vulnerable.
A quick vulnerability scan can determine your current risks.