Protect the most valuable, the information

Having a safety plan is essential. As companies take advantage of technology to move their business towards a digital model, more data is generated between companies, partners and customers. This information is the lifeblood of the business ecosystem and is becoming increasingly valuable to companies.

But new threats and vulnerabilities also appear, therefore, understanding cybersecurity as an investment is essential and not as an expense. SMEs are especially vulnerable as they invest less in security than larger companies.

Additionally, in order to innovate and realize their digital potential with respect to any business and customer objective, organizations need security approaches that let you focus on your business, a phenomenon that is changing the face of the cybersecurity industry.

We develop adoption programs that drive the value of security at all levels of companies. We work to identify and close gaps in cybersecurity, risk management and compliance.

1. Policy and regulations

Define, document and disseminate the security strategy. Regulations and procedures are also specified with regard to information security.

2. Control and access

Controlling access to company information resources is the first way to protect them; identify who can access where and to do what.

3. Backups

Backup copies to guarantee the availability, integrity and confidentiality of company information.

4. Anti-malware protection

Design our network in a secure way or properly manage the administration accounts.

5. Updates

Ensure that all our software and firmware are updated, paying special attention to the most critical applications (operating systems, antivirus or CMS).

6. Network security

Restrict and control external access to our corporate network as much as possible. Likewise, we will put special vigilance on the use of removable storage devices.

7. Information in transit

Take into account factors such as theft of devices or connections to insecure networks to guarantee the security of our information outside the company's facilities.

8. Media management

Study and choose the most suitable types of storage media (hard drives, magnetic tapes, SAN-NAS networks, etc.)

9. Activity log

Collect relevant details (when, how, why, by whom, etc.) about the most important events in our information systems.

10. Business continuity

Define and test a set of tasks and actions aimed at recovering the normal activity of our company as soon as possible in the event of a security incident.

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