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CyberSecurity Threats aren’t Going Away – They’re Growing! You must take action to protect your business – Call RevClouds

Concrete action is required to develop  a Cyber Security plan, but how and when do you start? With predictions from business, government, and public sector telling us CyberSecurity are never going away.  CyberAttacks remains the number one greatest threat to business and society around the globe. Companies like CyberVentures have projected that the financial loss due to Cyber Crime will reach $6 Trillion  by 2021.

Don’t be surprised, but Hackers are now using AI to weaponize malware and to find was to circumvent the advancements being made in cybersecurity solutions now. Motivated by any number 0f reasons, these attacks can be directed at ANY  company, organization or institution:

  • CyberCriminals can be individuals or groups targeting companies  for financial gain or simply cause disruption.
  • CyberAttacks often involves politically motivated information gathering.
  • CyberTerrorism is intended to undermine electronic systems to cause panic or fear in a society

Don’t be surprised, Hackers are using AI to create intelligent malware capable of concealing malicious codes in subscription applications. Activation occurs months after the application has been installed and are controlled by private keys or algorithms – causing even the FBI to soften their position on paying ransoms.

Types of CyberSecurity Threats

  • Denial-of-service (DoS) and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS):

occurs when a Hacker interferes with Internet network services with the intent of blocking your employees, clients, suppliers from accessing your company. Unlike other security attacks, DoS attacks don’t try to breach security. The Hackers just want to make websites and network services unavailable to anyone causing loss of time and money to your business. Below is the distribution system!

  • Botnets: are actually the workhorses of the Internet. They were designed to perform repetitive tasks to keep websites and other technologies up and running with no human intervention required. But good can be used for bad deed and many botnets are infected with malware and under the control of hackers and are used to carry out DDoS attacks to targeted systems. They make the perfect weapon because they are also very difficult to track.

  • Phishing: is a form of Internet fraud or scam. A CyberCrimminal sends an electronic or email message appearing to be from trusted financial institutions or credit card companies trying to trick you or your employees into providing confidential business or personal information such as credit card number, social security number, account number or password.

  • Malware: is a malicious software program created to do harmful to a computer end user. Malware can include computer viruses, worms, Trojan horses and spyware. These are often a result of “Spear Phishing” through an email/electronic message intended to build trust and instead installing harmful programs. The programs are designed to steal, encrypt or delete sensitive data, alter or hijack core computing functions and monitor users’ ongoing  computer activity without their permission. One nasty type of malware is:

  • Keylogging: uses a malware program to record every keystroke made by a computer user, especially in order to gain fraudulent access to passwords other confidential information (i.e., steal passwords and personal information).

What can you do to protect your business?

Ok, so you send your IT team out to buy more technology, anti-malware, anti-virus, encryption software or technology, and sign-up for end-user security training. That could be a great start, but without a security plan that’s been thought out across the organization and guidance from experts, you may spend a lot of money and not improve your security posture at all.  So, let’s think through a planning process to protect and defend your business.

1.  Work with the Right People:

    • Create a security plan for the entire organization
    • All products and processes should be design with security and responsibility define
    • Redefine all personnel roles because anyone with access to a computer or information needs training
    • Choose an organization like RevClouds to make sure Cybersecurity experts are added to your team
    • Using high-tech software and equipment isn’t enough – make sure your tech staff is trained and has the skills to manage your plan

2.  Make the Strategy Planning Inclusive:

    • Your business is made up of a variety of department with any number of internal processes as well as SaaS automation tools.
    • And, most companies have intreated processes like supply chain which may involve some or all of your departments and employees. Each process and access touch needs to be considered
    • Defending your business requires a thorough understanding of your business priorities:
      • Business model and value chain
      • Company’s risk culture, roles, responsibilities, and governance,
      • Regulatory and compliance requirements
    • IT should not tackle enterprise cybersecurity alone. All stakeholder should be involved in the company’s security and future.

3.  CyberSecurity Must be Comprehensive

  • Business security strategies must incorporate and focus on both  internal and external CyberThreats regardless of scale, form, or target.
  • Your plan must detail and evaluate every person, device, software, process, equipment, transport and storage private, public or hybrid cloud.
    • Application –   How many? On company device/network or SaaS in the cloud
    • Information Security – Written and distributed. practices & policies, personnel, onsite/offsite
    • Network Security – Diagramed and recorded, end-t0-end, LAN, WAN, Intrusion Detection, Monitoring, Alerts
    • Disaster Recovery Planning – Documented Policies, Location, Employee, Information, Client, Supplier, Business Continuity
    • Operational Security- Identification of Critical Information, Analysis of Threats, Analysis of Vulnerabilities, Assessment of Risks, Application of Appropriate Countermeasure

Putting together a CyberSecurity plan can be daunting whether you are a small or large business. Stop worrying today and set up a call with our RevClouds service provider – Experts in Cyber Security.

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