Download our cybersecurity planning guide for all the best practices in mapping out your cyber security strategy. Containing and managing cybersecurity threats may be the most important strategic plan you create.
Cybersecurity Planning Guide
As we are coming to an end of a record-breaking year for data breaches and exposed records, your organization must be planning on doing everything they can to protect the integrity of your data.
There were 5,183 data breaches reported with 7.9 billion records exposed in just the first nine months of this year, according to Risk Based Security, which tracks publicly reported breaches. That’s an increase of 33.3% in breaches and 112% in total records over the same period in 2018.
While the financial gain was behind 75% of the cyber attacks in 2019, it seems data exposure is just a normal part of our daily life.
What Is A Cyber Security Plan?
A cyber security plan should help you move from a reactive to a proactive approach to cybersecurity. This strategy should include a security foundation that will help you form your plan of action that will result in the prevention of the theft of organizational and employee data.
To begin the process of upgrading your cyber security strategy, it’s vital to begin with a security risk assessment. A Cyber Risk Assessment is a required step when determining the needs or success of your security program. When you outsource Cybriant for your assessments, our team of risk experts will follow NIST guidelines to perform interviews, documentation analysis, and walkthrough of physical areas to determine the state of the security program of the client.
It’s as simple as people, process, and technology. Your organization should begin the strategic process by implementing a security foundation. Your foundation will make all decisions on people, process, and technology much more streamlined. At Cybriant, we have built our services on the NIST cyber security foundation. Our services are aligned with the five functions of NIST – Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover.
Cyber Security Planning Guide
When you create your security strategy, you want to have an ideal guide or model of how a healthy organization is run. We have simplified this process with our 2020 Cybersecurity Planning Guide. Not only will you be able to see the common challenges we’ve seen from over 800 clients, but you will also see how we have helped them overcome those challenges.
When you understand the challenges you are facing, how do you build a strategy to defend against those challenges? In our 2020 Cybersecurity planning guide, we’ll share how the common components of a cybersecurity strategy and how to get easily get that strategy into action.
No matter the size of your organization, everyone needs to plan for the cybersecurity trends that may be an issue in 2020. When you lay the groundwork to meet these unfortunate trends, you are prepared for anything that may come your way.
Take a look at those trends in the 2020 Cybersecurity Planning Guide – Download Today.
What Are The 10 Steps to Cyber Security Planning?
Your cyber security strategy should help you move from a reactive to a proactive approach to cybersecurity. This strategy should include a security foundation that will help you form your plan of action that will result in the prevention of the theft of organizational and employee data.