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5 Tasks You Must Complete Now for Cybersecurity

Your company’s entire future might hinge on the security of its data — so if all you have protecting your precious digital cargo is a copy of Norton Antivirus, you are taking needless risks that could go south, real quick.

In today’s digital reality, you must consider designing and implementing a comprehensive security program — RIGHT NOW. Though this may seem like a yeoman task for the uninitiated, you may be surprised how simple it can be to build a virtual fort around your data.

CTI has worked with hundreds of enterprises of all sizes to help them implement and manage a security program that keep their data safe, clean, and protected from both internal and external threats.

In this brief video, we talk about the five basic tasks you can complete right now to get your security program on track.

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Transcript of the video:

To initiate a cybersecurity program, there are five basic tasks that your company must complete as soon as possible.

1. Define Your Boundary

A boundary serves as the protective shield around an information asset, such as the vulnerable data that you would store on a local hard drive or cloud server. A boundary must be established for each type of transferable data from all conceivable points of transfer.

2. Define Your Software Environment

You must define the purpose and policies regarding each type of software used within your company’s computer system. If a software program is out of date or serves no purpose, it should be removed. Defining the environment lets you determine what types of software can and cannot come into contact with your company’s network.

3. Harden Your Network Assets

Each component within the system must be inspected and tested for its strength and vulnerability. If a third party could compromise a particular device, it needs to be reprogrammed or removed from the system.

4. Assess Vulnerability, and Implement a Remediation Plan

To minimize potential vulnerability in your system, you need to have a management and remediation plan that can be implemented at a moment’s notice. The minute a security risk or system hole is discovered, your team should be prepared to patch things up as quickly as possible.

5. Review “Administrative Access Privileges” Across the Company

Administrative access is the entrance point most sought after by hackers and cyber thieves. Therefore, it is crucial to review the current administrative access privileges and determine which staff members actually should have this type of access.

In summary, the five tasks you must complete now for Cybersecurity are:

1. Define Your Boundary
2. Define Your Software Environment
3. Harden Your Network Assets
4. Assess Vulnerability and Implement a Remediation Plan
5. Review Administrative Access Privileges Across the Company

If you would like to speak to one of CTI’s security experts about your company’s cybersecurity needs, please reach out via the contact us form on our website or give us a call at 888-477-4284.