4 ways to improve your cybersecurity posture


Cybersecurity threats presents a growing and dynamic challenge for companies of all sizes. Unfortunately, this are normal occurencies, since Forbes points out that 60% of the surveyed organizations have suffered a security breach in the last two years and that the 31% have suffered more than once.

The threats than organizations fase can vary from data leak that takes the front pages to malware, inactivity time or operative efficience los. In this blog, we will analyze 4 ways to help improving an organization cybersecurity posture.

Cybersecurity practices implementation often presents different organizational and resources challenges. These challenges grow with the changing size and complexity of the business. The following steps can help companies to improve their cybersecurity pratcices and reach a new level of security preparation.

  1. Establish a training policy

Although it tends to be the less popular, providing information / training based on knowledge is not the only element to verify an annual list.

Periodic training of all employees about threats and cybersecurity practices in an essential step for security preparation, and this step may require the establishment and difusión of a reference level of cybersecurity knowledge inside your organization. The fact that training content is relevant and updated can only help the employees until a certain point.

  1. Policy definition

Establishing clear steps for every employee when it comes to an extremely important security incident response, although even with the adecuate training, an inevitable security incident can happen. Depending on the nature of your business, the training can cover procedures in case of a security incident. Regardless if these steps are directly covered, every employee must know who to contact and the information that must provide.

  1. Cyber-hygiene automation

Cyber-hygiene is an increasing set of better practices for mantaining your organization cybersecurity general health. Training the employees on cybersecurity is a need, but better practices automation makes even easier to experience better results.

  1. Third party tracking

Unwanted changes prevention through real-time monitoring is the real final goa lof cybersecurity practices and cyber-hygiene. Risk management of providers often skips and must include within those practices. The use of a File integrity and next-gen System software assures the availability and integrity of your critical IT asstes. These are done by detecting instantly every changes in your apps and infrastructure.

Make sure that your systems work as expected and be safe.