Protect your most critical assets
Enfo’s cybersecurity services cover the entire cybersecurity domain, and we are committed to protecting our customers from all threats. The digital transformation revolution has generated new and digitalized business models and with that, new dangers. Cloud solutions are a perfect example of a growing threat landscape: their flexibility can quickly lead to security risks.
Make security a priority
Cybersecurity is rapidly becoming a top priority for businesses across the globe. You can see a major data breach or security incident reported almost daily – are you ready to take a proactive security approach? Making cybersecurity a part of the overall company culture is vital and requires full management support. It’s important to be proactive in choosing and implementing security controls, regardless of platform. Make sure you use the technology you have already invested in effectively.
A variety of tactics to exploit vulnerabilities
Cyber-attacks have grown more sophisticated with criminals using an evolving variety of tactics, from social engineering to ransomware, to exploit vulnerabilities. Still, many companies lack the knowhow when it comes to cybersecurity and building a strong security posture. The lack of resources, budget and time can block the developing of a sound cybersecurity game plan. When was the last time you assessed your cybersecurity maturity level? Compliance in one area does not mean you are totally secure.
Most security incidents and data breaches reported in 2018 could have been avoided had the correct security policies and technologies been in place. In addition, nearly 25% of security incidents occurred as a result of actions by customers, suppliers and partners. Hence, you need to ensure that security is up to date across your entire network. Security is only as strong as its weakest link.
Enfo cybersecurity services: advise – detect – respond
A strong security posture means you have the people, technology and processes in place to avoid or minimize the effects of cyber-attacks. First, identify and assess what risks might concern your systems, data and other assets. Protect your data by designing and implementing the appropriate measures, such as IT governance, risk assessment and identity and asset management. Invest in ongoing monitoring and health checks such as vulnerability assessment and cloud security review, and make sure you have your security incident management in place to minimize the impact of an attack.
- Identify - develop the organizational understanding to manage risks to your systems, data and other assets. This includes security strategy as well as cybersecurity posture assessment.
- Protect - design and implement control measures to protect your organization. This includes for example IT governance, risk assessment, identity and asset management, training and managed security services.
- Detect - cyber criminals will try to hack you. Invest in ongoing monitoring and health checks such as vulnerability assessment and penetration testing, cloud security and secure code review.
- Respond - what happens when you do get hacked? Make sure you have your security incident management in place to minimize the impact of an attack.
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