Helping Organisations Combat Cyber Threats

Slide This Infographic was produced by DEITG outlining how Cyber Essentials and IASME Governance Certification can help organisations combat cyber threats Start Your Certification Process Here Malware Protection Organisations and their missions exist on a foundation of trust – they can prove their compliance and protect their reputation within the public eye by having malware protection in place to safeguard from harmful software and by training staff to only use trusted applications. Risk Assessment Risk assessments for individual organisations will allow them to put in place procedures tailor-made for their size, purpose and specific threats they may
face. Whether this be attacks on organisations due to their mission or due to the breadth of data they withold, a risk assessment will help organisations understand their risk appetite.
More About Cyber Essentials More About IASME Governance Secure Configuration Secure configuration refers to security measures that are implemented when building and installing computers and network devices in order to reduce unnecessary cyber vulnerabilities. Backup Ensuring that back-ups are consistently enforced across all data is crucial for organisations so that they can safeguard against potentially catastrophic interruptions to the services they deliver, which needs to run smoothly so that help gets to those that need it fast. Access Control Access control is the selective restriction of access to data within organisations and is put in place so that information does not fall into the wrong hands. Policies Ensuring that back-ups are consistently enforced across all data is crucial for organisations so that they can safeguard against potentially catastrophic interruptions to the services they deliver, which needs to run smoothly so that help gets to those that need it fast. Patch Management Patch management is about keeping software on computers and network devices up to date and capable of resisting low-level cyber attacks. This is one of the most important tactics organisations can take to improve their cyber security. Incident Management Ensuring that back-ups are consistently enforced across all data is crucial for organisations so that they can safeguard against potentially catastrophic interruptions to the services they deliver, which needs to run smoothly so that help gets to those that need it fast. Boundary Firewalls
and Internet Gateways
A firewall is used for securing devices within a network and mitigating the risks of outsider attacks. Just one breach in an organisation can lead to damage to reputation and loss of trust, and for organisations, perhaps a loss of donors. Data Protection
and Management

To avoid facing costly fines, it is imperative that organisations have data protection legislation is put in place across organisations. Putting procedures in place that ensure mistakes aren’t made that could leave a system either set up or configured insecurely.

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