Business owners, board members and managers must rely on accurate and accessible information to make important decisions. Theft, damage or unauthorized disclosure of an organization's mission-critical information can be a disaster. If the company is deprived of the data needed for its operations, the company may be weakened or forced to close down.
The world is in the midst of a wave of cybercrime. The loss is huge. The total amount exceeds the amount of the illegal global drug transaction. Crime against organized confidential information is low risk and high return. Data breaches are difficult to prevent and difficult to sue.
Cybercriminals are constantly looking for exploit holes. Thousands of computer networks, mobile electronic devices and personal computers are being damaged every day. When hackers and hackers discover vulnerabilities, they exploit these vulnerabilities and attack them for malicious purposes.
A wise owner, manager, or board member would like to answer the question in the title of this document: "Can your organization survive the network intrusion?"
Honestly, answer the questions that appear on the next page and test the security of the company's information systems.
Quickly test your organization's computer security
Answer the question below with "Yes" or "No".
1. Does your company have a formal written information security program?
2. Does your company have a list of all information assets?
3. Is each information asset classified according to its importance?
4. Have all of your employees received information security awareness training?
5. Does your organization maintain a backup of its information in a secure off-site location?
6. Are you sure that your organization complies with all laws and regulations related to the collection, sharing and use of its private confidential information?
7. Do you have plans to defend against cyber attacks and respond to security incidents?
8. Do you have a hardware and data destruction plan?
9. Does your company have a mobile security plan?
10. Does your company use an access control strategy?
11. Has your employee signed an appropriate usage policy?
12. Do you use encryption?
If you answer "No" to any of the above questions, your organization is vulnerable to cyber attacks. It's that simple. It is highly recommended that you take steps to reduce risk and enhance the security of your computer and network.
Proactively protect your information and begin protecting your digital assets. Read and learn computer security as much as possible. Let information security become a mission. Focus on the security practices of the entire organization as much as possible in accounting, transportation, and marketing.
Protecting the confidentiality, integrity and availability of mission-critical data should be one of your most important tasks. At Paladin, we encourage you to achieve this.