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Best Practices to Prevent Cyber Attacks

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Telework, or work-from-home as it is popularly known as, has often been frowned upon as a deterrent to company culture and employee engagement. For the employees, it has often been said that remote work can often make you slack off and even bored and unproductive at times. There are solutions to all these problems, and it seems like now is the perfect time to realize...

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The ongoing coronavirus outbreak has disrupted the lives of countless people worldwide. In addition to affecting the health of innumerable people and the business operations of numerous companies worldwide, the coronavirus is also impacting information security everywhere. Cybersecurity is at great risk due to malicious actors using the coronavirus scare to threaten the integrity of security frameworks in organizations all over the world. Several instances...

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Top FAQs for Third Party Risk Assessments

The coronavirus infection has already spread to over 93,000 people worldwide, with around 3,200 recorded deaths. Global health, as well as the economy, are taking huge tolls because of the outbreak. While doctors and scientists are trying their best to deal with the health aspects of the disease, let us look at how we can change company risk assessments to protect the security posture and...

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First identified in Wuhan, China in December 2019, the worldwide coronavirus outbreak is refusing to show a loss in momentum. Amidst tumbling business operations and plummeting company revenues, organizations are being forced to rethink their staffing plans. Staffing plans help companies evaluate their requirements of employees in different departments. More than 780 million people in China are already restricted in their movement due to the outbreak....

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The coronavirus outbreak has rocked the world, with more than 90,000 cases of infection and over 3,000 deaths. The aftermath of the disease is slowly seeping through all sectors of the industry. Companies handling digital data on a regular basis are not exempt from the effects of the coronavirus outbreak either. Malicious cybercriminals are trying their best to misuse the ongoing coronavirus scare to their...

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COVID-19, the coronavirus disease that originated in China in December 2019, is slowly taking a grip over the entire world, with more than 3,000 deaths already reported worldwide. Apart from the major toll it has taken on the health of several people, this outbreak has also affected business operations all over the world. If you conduct your business operations across countries and continents, chances are that...

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The highly infectious disease COVID-19, a Coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China late last year has affected all aspects of life around the globe. With more than 90,000 cases of Coronavirus and over 3000 deaths, the toll that this outbreak is taking on personal lives is paramount. So is its impact on the global market. China, USA, France, Italy, Iran, Germany, Kuwait, South Korea, and Australia...

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 The coronavirus infection has already spread to over 93,000 people worldwide, with around 3,200 recorded deaths. Global health, as well as the economy, are taking huge tolls because of the outbreak. While doctors and scientists are trying their best to deal with the health aspects of the disease, let us look at how we can change company risk assessments to protect the security posture and...

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   Remediation is arguably the most important process in the information security workflow. It is the set of measures taken to eliminate a security threat that is live. It is necessary to remediate both security and compliance risks in any organization in order to protect customer and employee data from breaches and thefts.  Organizations have a lot of questions about remediation efforts in information security and compliance....

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Any kind of risk to your organization’s data assets –be it related to network security, physical security, third-party vendors, application security, or compliance –is a risk to its business continuity. Data security threats can hamper the continuity of any organization’s business operations and lead to loss of money as well as the trust of your customers. Clearly, remediation of business continuity risks must be made the topmost priority when a risk becomes live. Integrating business continuity risks with remediation keeps your organization secure in a more efficient manner. Here are some steps you should follow to integrate business continuity risks with remediation in your organization: Integration is a part of business continuity risk assessment Business continuity risk assessment is the first step in the security workflow of any organization. Assigning remediation measures for each identified risk is also an important subtask in business continuity risk assessment. Therefore, a thorough business continuity risk assessment automatically integrates risks with remediation. Use questionnaires A good technique to understand the progress of security operations in any organization is to ask your security and other staff to answer questions related to business continuity risks and the state of ongoing or planned remediation efforts. If the business continuity risks and remediation measures are assessed simultaneously in such questionnaires, you can easily integrate these two aspects of information security in your organization. Increase the visibility of business continuity risks and remediation For the success of remediation efforts in any organization, it is important to have complete visibility of all business continuity risks as well as the corresponding remediation efforts. Increased visibility helps you appropriately assign and track the remediation steps for any given business continuity risk. Therefore, increasing the visibility of business continuity risks and remediation is an important way to integrate the two. Conduct remediation analysis Remediation analysis helps you recheck the vulnerability of your data assets and business continuity after imminent risks have been remediated. When conducting a remediation analysis, go through each risk and its corresponding remediation measure and decide if further remediation action is necessary to eliminate the risk. This helps integrate all risks with their corresponding remediation measures. Automate your business continuity planning Using an automated platform to manage your information security, physical security, vendor, and compliance risks are the best way to integrate business continuity risks with remediation. Automation achieves all of the steps discussed above on a single software platform. It increases visibility, eases resource allocation, helps perform risk and remediation assessments, and facilitates the use of questionnaires to analyze the status of your organization’s security posture and business continuity. This makes automation a robust, easy-to-use and inexpensive way for integration. Conclusion Your business continuity is highly dependent on your organization’s security framework. However, this security framework is constantly tested by malicious intruders and hackers aiming to steal and misuse your customer and employee data. Follow the above-mentioned steps for integrating business continuity risks in your organization with their remediation in order to ensure a smooth security workflow.

Any kind of risk to your organization’s data assets –be it related to network security, physical security, third-party vendors, application security, or compliance –is a risk to its business continuity. Data security threats can hamper the continuity of any organization’s business operations and lead to loss of money as well as the trust of your customers. Clearly, remediation of business continuity risks must be made...

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