Security Strategies

Moving from a traditional to a digital economy has certainly given external parties access to personal and corporate data, turning Cybersecurity into a strategic pillar for future-proof companies. This being said, a solid Cybersecurity strategy is one that not only takes into account the technological aspect, but also the human input. In fact, having qualified, well-trained, well-informed, and naturally intuitive employees handle your Cybersecurity is as important as rolling out efficient security solutions and policies.

A Holistic Approach to Cybersecurity
Every business can - and most probably will - be hacked, despite the deployment of robust security systems and controls. Aside from investing in the right technologies and developing security policies and practices, it is crucial to have concepts such as risk management, Cybersecurity, and accountability embedded in your corporate culture. This can be done through proper training that would raise your employees' awareness of the matter, help them understand its importance, and equip them with the right set of skills to anticipate and prevent cyber attacks instead of reacting to them.

Leveling Up with Cybersecurity Threats
With an increasing number of businesses gradually migrating to the digital world, cyber attacks are more frequent and more diversified as hackers have become more ingenious and resourceful. Today, companies need to continuously reinvent their strategies and tactics to level up with evolving Cybersecurity threats. To do so, management teams have to consider all virtual aspects requiring security before ensuring the right tools to protect each platform from potential attacks and eliminate vulnerabilities. Generally speaking, there are four main Cybersecurity areas: Cloud Security, Network Security, Application Security and Critical Infrastructure.