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From CNBC: A cyber attack costs a company or department $200,000 on average, putting many out of business.

Reduce risk with our Five Easiest Steps and Risk Assistant tool.

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  1. Seven Simple Best Practices
  2. Five Strategic Questions and Answers
  3. Five Easy Steps You Can Take
  4. Data Security Checkup Questionnaire

What we do: We provide streamlined tools, guides, and best practices, many for free, to help you protect your systems and data.

Why it matters: Cyber threats and data breaches are on the rise. They affect companies and organizations of all sizes. But you can grealy reduce your risks with our Defender program and other resources.

10 Ways To Avoid a Cyber Attack

  1. Create a Written Information Security Policy
  2. Conduct a High-Level Assessment with a Trusted Partner
  3. Semi-annual User Security Awareness Training (SAT)
  4. Create an Inventory of All Your Data Stores
  5. Take the Five Easiest Security Steps
  6. Implement the Seven Best Security Practices
  7. Adopt Risk Assistant and Flexible Risk Management
  8. Utilize a Database of Known Cyber Risks
  9. Evaluate and Apply a Set of Basic Defensive Measures
  10. Explore and Consider Automated Security Tools









The Top 10 Defensive Measures You Should Have Working For You


Security Measure Get Started
Create a Written Information Security Policy
(At a minimum, include an Incident Response Plan, Password Policies, and User Training scope. Start with our Information Security Policy outline.)
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Conduct a High-Level Assessment With a Trusted Partner
(Find danger spots and opportunities for improvement without disrupting your business. Start with our Discovery Questionnaires and Tech Scan)
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Semi-Annual User Security Awareness Training (SAT)
(Custom training tailored to your company reduces the chances of a successful attack or security breach)
Suggested Outline
Create an Inventory of All Your Data Stores
(Use a formatted inventory sheet, include locations, how data is protected, who is responsible, where backups are stored, value of data)
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Take the Five Easiest Security Steps
(Simple, economical steps you can take to reduce your risk and avoid cyber attacks. Includes policy and training development.)
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Implement the Seven Best Security Practices
(Basic steps and practices that will go a long way toward protecting your critical systems and data)
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Adopt Risk Assistant and Flexible Risk Management
(Utilize an industry standard set of cyber risks, work with basic effective counter-measures)
Risk Assistant Summary
(Included in Enterprise Defender)
Utilize a Database of Known Cyber Risks
(Build on list included in Risk Assistant, add threats from other sources as needed. Your risks may be categorized as technical, physical, or administrative.)
See Risk Assistant Prototype
(Included in Enterprise Defender)
Evaluate and Apply a Set of Basic Defensive Measures
(Pull from Risk Assistant and other sources, apply to threats to reduce overall risk score)
See Risk Assistant Prototype
(Included in Enterprise Defender)
Explore and Consider Automated Security Tools
(Deploying a SIEM application, using vulnerability scanning tools like Nessus, adopting the NIST framework, conducting penetration test exercises. Start with our brief Security Technology Overview.)
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Enroll In the New Defender Information Security Program Here

Has your company been hacked yet? Today we all face a growing storm of external threats, cyber attacks, and potential information breaches. But now there is help. Our groundbreaking Defender program provides a broad but simple set of defensive measures that can keep your company from becoming a victim. Start moving toward a more secure, resilient operating environment today, without disrupting your business or or your budget.

Basic Defender

     




Enterprise Defender

     






Track and Manage Risks with Risk Assistant

Companies, non-profits, and government departments have become increasingly dependent on technology for daily operations. Is your critical data safe?

Introducing Risk Assistant - your flexible risk management tool that lets you take just the defensive measures you need. Risk Assistant is also available as part of the Enterprise Defender program above.

Defending your data and systems with Risk Assistant: Basic Overview

View a short demo of the user-friendly Risk Assistant tool.



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Four Easy Steps You Can Take Today


  1. Teach users to use actual words in their passwords. Which is easier to remember, "DancingShirt250" or "JxQ2$e#wQ9Kh" ?
  2. Create a bare-bones, minimalist Incident Response Plan. Just jot down the names, email addresses, and phone numbers for the people who need to be contacted when there is a cyber incident or breach. And post it where people can see it.
  3. Identify the crown jewels. Make a list of the information and documents your company just can't operate without. And make sure these items are being backed up frequently and automatically.
  4. Enroll in the flexible Defender program above.




Security steps - security planning.


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Your Formal Security Policy


Why do you need a documented, complete Data Security Policy?






Security Managers and security planning.


















Know Your Vulnerabilities



  • The four types of cyber attacks, and how to defend yourself against each.
  • The single most likely root cause for successful attacks and data breaches.
  • Where you will get the most “bang for your buck” when making tough decisions about where to place your defensive resources.
  • The most common mistake a company makes when seeking better data protection and system security.
  • Which security measures constitute Good, Better, and Best as far as protection strategies.
  • Your data security concerns and experiences.




Security Managers and CISOs are just part of the picture.





What You Can Do Now







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