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Feb 15
2017
How to develop a cybersecurity program

How to develop a cybersecurity program

Your business is unique and your program should be too. Make the most of your unique business assets and the similarity of the controls in your chosen framework (see previous posts) to build a program that meets your business objectives and needs. Following is one example of a program overview; consider these areas for your plan: Governance includes defining policy and procedures and ensuring the organizational structure is in place—including executive sponsorship. This... Read More »

Feb 9
2017
How to determine your cybersecurity scope and assets

How to determine your cybersecurity scope and assets

Once you have your executives on board (see the previous post) the next step is to define the scope of your program and define your inventory of assets. Your scope will encompass the entire company at some level, but you may have one scope for internal resources, a scope for customer resources, another scope for third-party resources, and other scope projects as well. Scope may be defined in terms of technology or business,... Read More »

Jan 25
2017
Secrets revealed: implementing an EMNS

Secrets revealed: implementing an EMNS

Turn on CNN, pick up a newspaper, or spend anything more than two minutes on the Internet and you’ll see—there’s not a day that goes by without some kind of threat to business as usual. Severe weather events. Terrorist activity. Wildfires, earthquakes, and other natural disasters. Cybercrime. Power outages and widespread blackouts. School or workplace violence. Most of these events arrive without warning. Even those you can plan for can be devastating, and... Read More »

Jan 17
2017
Determine your cybersecurity scope and assets

Determine your cybersecurity scope and assets

Once you have your executives on board (see the previous post) the next step is to define the scope of your program and define your inventory of assets. Your scope will encompass the entire company at some level, but you may have one scope for internal resources, a scope for customer resources, another scope for third-party resources, and other scope projects as well. Scope may be defined in terms of technology or business,... Read More »