What is A Good Cybersecurity Program for Your Organization?

A cybersecurity program helps organizations coordinate a defense to all types of cyber threats. There are many aspects in the overall security of a business, both administrative and technological. Building and maintaining customer trust is a fundamental aspect of running a sustainable and successful business. In the past, doing so was straightforward but in today’s world, the internet has opened businesses to attacks that expose sensitive data, such as customer contacts, billing, and some other personal information. This requires modern security plans to weave technology and processes together to overcome the web of complicated external regulations, software and hardware choices, as well internal policy design and structure.

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Incident Response Plan

Incident Response plans (IRPs) and Disaster Recovery Plans (DRPs)

Cybercrimes and security breaches have been running rampant over the past year. It is critical for organizations to introduce strategies that help reduce the likelihood and impact of realized cyber threats. As part of a defense in depth organizations can achieve better security. Having both incident response plans (IRPs) and disaster recovery plans (DRPs) are key components of implementing defense in depth and is paramount to improving all organizations’ ability to respond and recover from cyber incidents.

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Paving the Way to A Passwordless Future

Passwords are one of the oldest security tools in the internet. But today, we see rising cybercrime. Passwords are hard to remember, easy to replace, guess, hack, and intercept, leading to constant attack. They are the number one target of cybercriminals and a lot of the breaches involve weak and stolen passwords.

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Cybersecure Canada

Getting Certified – Cybersecure Canada

Cybersecure Canada encourages organizations to implement as many of these baseline controls as possible, and they understand that not every organization can implement every control. If the majority of Canadian organizations implement these controls your organization will be more resilient and cyber-secure.

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Digital Identity

Digital Identity: The Perimeter of Business Cyber Resilience

Digital identity is an increasingly popular attack vector for cybercriminals. The vulnerability of online identity breeds cybercrime. Unsecured and unmanaged digital identities are exposing organizations to greater cybersecurity risks. With so much of our personal information now available online, protecting it is crucial.

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