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As we continue our journey on what it means to practice holistic cybersecurity and its comprehensive methodology, we can now go into the process of getting your business to that point. Everything about going holistic and fully implementing a robust security strategy such as Zero Trust starts with “Identity.” Identification is merely the process of...
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Philosophically, the term “holistic” describes the interconnectedness of parts that represent a whole. The medical community refers to treating someone in their entirety using ALL factors, not just managing one particular symptom. These conceptual descriptions of the word also parallel how a holistic approach is used in cybersecurity.  Holistic cybersecurity utilizes ALL types of solutions...
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Cyber insurance has increasingly become one of the most valuable insurance coverages sought out by organizations of all shapes and sizes. As cyber-related threats continue to evolve and multiply, the insurance offers a financial umbrella for those who fall victim to attempted and successful breaches.  Cyber insurance consists of two major components; first-party and third-party...
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Endpoint detection & response (EDR) is a cybersecurity solution consisting of multiple tools (including AI) that monitor for potential security threats and address them head on. This technology works by constantly collecting information from endpoint devices connected to an organization’s network such as desktops, servers, laptops, or tablets. By “information,” we are mostly referring to...
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Here we go over the steps and preplanning that need to be taken after a cybersecurity incident to recover your business back to operation and restore public trust.    Moving into the final stage of the NIST cybersecurity framework, we now enter the “Recover” function. The activities involved in this function would take place after an...
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This NIST framework function will tell you everything you need to do to respond to a cybersecurity incident including the strategic planning and specific areas to focus on.  Continuing through the primary functions of the NIST cybersecurity framework, we get to “Respond.” After the “Identify” function where you had determined the risks, vulnerabilities, and elements...
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As we continue our journey with NIST, Here we show you what it means to “protect” while providing our readers with industry best practices towards your security program. A cybersecurity program’s “Protect” function is often the most thought-about area that organizations consider when looking to enhance their security program. It’s also the second of five...
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The NIST Framework is the ultimate roadmap for which the United States government outlines how businesses can develop their cybersecurity program to account for the threat landscape that is forever evolving. The framework is long and detailed but can be more easily understood when the recommended best practices and security measures are broken down into...
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Each year, the U.S. government manages many different departments and agencies to protect its citizens and businesses, including providing military defense, promoting health safety measures, passing consumer protection laws, and enforcing labor laws. That’s just to name a few.  But what about more complex and evolving risks like cybersecurity? Is there any type of resource...
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