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You don’t need to be a cybersecurity expert to keep your digital assets safe. With these #cdpsnug tips for how to protect your company’s digital assets, you can put your mind at ease and focus on using your digital assets to grow your business. No organization can afford to ignore the realities of bad-intentioned entities.
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G – Gain the Trust of Your Business Partners What if your largest customer or supplier told you they can’t do business with you anymore if you don’t have a data security plan in place? At least 25 states have enacted some data security laws that make you responsible and accountable for the security of customer information (beyond existing rules for HIPAA, PCI, GDPR, etc.). Generally, they require implementing and maintaining reasonable security procedures and practices. Conta
U – Understand your Risk & Responsibility Cyber risk is commonly defined as exposure to harm or loss resulting from breaches of or attacks on information systems. However, this definition must be broadened. A better, more encompassing definition is “the potential of loss or harm related to technical infrastructure or the use of technology within an organization.”
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N – Negating Legal Exposure &Liability Cyber Insurance – This is becoming a requirement for many businesses to protect themselves and in many cases require you or your business partners to have a plan in place or their own insurance to reduce potential liability. CDP can help, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.343.5580. #CDPSNUG #cdpartnersllc #cyberorprotection #cyberinsurance
S – Securing Your Information & Environment Have a look at these 6 common-sense security tips that will help you safeguard your business in the digital world. Identify the Vulnerabilities Early On Give Your Passwords a Hard Time Leave No Loose Ends Review Your Travel Habits Consider the Human Factor Trust the Cloud To learn more contact email@example.com or 215.343.5580. #CDPSNUG #cdpartnersllc #cybersecurity #cybersafety
P – Protecting Your Data So where do you start to make sure your organization doesn’t become a statistic or the feature story of the nightly news? Understand applicable laws and regulations Conduct a risk assessment Implement reasonable security and privacy practices Prepare a written information security program Develop an incident response plan Train employees on security and privacy obligations Conduct risk assessment on third-party vendo
D – Detecting Security Breaches Need help? We have the resources to assist in these areas…they start with a risk assessment and chart the course for developing an action plan to: o Reduce your exposure to data/network breaches and potential legal action o Preserve your business relationships o Quickly recover from a breach/avoid business interruption CDP can help, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.343.5580. #CDPSNUG #cdpartnersllc #securitybreaches #cybersafety
C – Creating a Security Policy The costs to businesses can be staggering and, in some cases, fatal. Many people think they are too small a business or not a good target for hackers. They will not be impacted by any of these concerns and are reluctant to divert the necessary financial resources or time required to implement a “breach avoidance” plan. CDP can help, contact email@example.com or 215.343.5580.
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With pressure on Cyber Security increasing year after year. CDP has put together our Cyber Safety checklist to kick off 2021. If you have been a victim of a Cyber Attack, CDP can help, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.343.5580. C – Creating a Security Policy D – Detecting Security Breaches P – Protecting Your Data S – Securing Your Information & Environment N – Negating Legal Exposure &Liability U – Understand your Risk & Responsibility G – Gain the Trust of Your Bu