Is your company ready to face tomorrow's cyber-risk?
64% of Australian CIOs say that the number of detected security threats has increased compared with 12 months ago.
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- Current cyber-security trends and the challenges companies face
- Why cyber-security should be a priority for SMEs
- The key characteristics of an efficient IT security strategy
- The core steps needed to develop and implement an effective cyber-security program
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Strategies for defeating cyber-risk
- Recent trends in IT security are seeing both businesses and cyber-criminals becoming more advanced.
- One major internal threat is when organisations have a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy that allows their employees to use their own devices at work.
- In response, businesses must design data security strategies which consider the probability of future threats, instead of focusing on current operations.
- Because cybercrime trends are often similar across the same industry, sharing information can allow a more effective response.
Key elements of an effective IT security program checklist
- Ensure effective governance is in place, which is aligned with the entire organisation and is reviewed and updated for best practices.
- Take a risk-based approach to cover the enterprise's operations and supply chain security, rather than simply relying on the vendor's word.
- Endorse the support of senior management to ensure the company's security best practices are followed consistently.
- Create employee awareness of potential security threats through regular training.
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