In today’s digital society, organisations can no longer assume that preventative measures alone are enough to keep criminals out. The focus of cybersecurity has shifted from prevention to detection. That’s why we prefer to assume that you are or will be breached and help you find and fix the breaches.
Using the NIST framework for governance, we provide a look at the world from a defensive standpoint. We try to answer the most important questions: Who is attacking? What are their capabilities? What are our weaknesses? How can we fix our weaknesses? How can we detect and fix problems when they occur?
In a previous blog posts (Business and IT aligned with Cybersecurity and Baselining Cybersecurity), I introduced our 'Embrace Cybersecurity' (EC) model for gathering security requirements that can be used to create an information security policy.
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The owner of information
In today's organisation, information is primarily managed and processed by IT. The IT department is very often also made responsible for securing the information in the systems that the business uses. Reports of recent…
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Cybersecurity is a hot topic. The rules are getting increasingly strict – look at the GDPR – and attackers are becoming ever more inventive. So robust protection is vital. Luckily, an acceptable level of protection doesn’t need to cost…
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