Every 39 seconds, a cyberattack occurs with an estimated 30,000 websites globally attacked every day. Cybersecurity threats can quickly become a reality and if this happens, your organization needs to be prepared with an incident response plan, or IRP.
Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM), is the process of identifying, assessing, and mitigating potential risks that can arise from the involvement of external parties in an organization's everyday operations and data handling.
Attack surface discovery refers to the process of identifying and mapping all potential entry points or vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit to gain unauthorized access to a system or network.
Cyber attacks are on the rise, with one happening roughly every 39 seconds. No organization is immune to these risks, however, some are more commonly targeted than others, such as law firms.
Are you concerned about your company's security footprint? In the first half of 2022, cybercrime affected more than 53.35 million Americans.
In 2021, the ransomware industry in the United States alone resulted in over $1 billion in payments to cyber criminals. Given the ever-evolving nature of technology, there's no doubt that criminals will try to capitalize on the latest trends in cyber-attacks to make even more money.
Last year, healthcare and manufacturing were some of the most targeted industries for cybercriminals to attack. Other industries followed not far behind, with bad actors focusing on banks and insurance companies, public/state administrations, educational institutions, professional and organizational services, and more.
The healthcare industry is full of acronyms. ACA, HIPAA, HHS, CHIP, and MARS-E are just a few. Understanding them is critical to your organization's success.
Keep reading for a MARS-E guide that tells you what you need to know about these important standards.
A cybersecurity framework, or CSF, is an organized set of rules, regulations, and procedures designed to protect against cyber threats. The main objective of a cybersecurity framework is to secure an organization's digital assets.
For organizations, cybersecurity compliance is specifically designed so that security professionals can reliably identify and mitigate all risks, regardless of complexity. For many, an established CSF is required (or heavily encouraged) in order to comply with state and industry standards or international regulations.
When it comes to cyber-attacks, in-house IT professionals are working hard on implementing tools and strategies to protect their organizations, while cyber criminals and nation states are hard at work becoming more sophisticated in their approaches.