Analecta Cyber Company Blog

2019-04-16

Stay Ahead of Risk: Making a Better Risk Assessment

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The risk assessment process is more meaningful and effective when you understand the potential business impacts of a cybersecurity event and the likelihood of these events occurring. It is not possible to predict all potential cybersecurity attacks or vulnerabilities. However, if you identify the events that can have an impact on your company and prioritize your security efforts based on the likelihood of those events happening, your business will have a stronger cybersecurity posture.

2019-04-09

Ensuring Accountability: Define Detection Roles and Responsibilities

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2019-04-02

The Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management Processes: Bringing Everyone On Board

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Cybersecurity should never be viewed as only an IT issue. Every department needs to consider what it can do to make the organization more cyber secure. And with a supply chain, even more cyber risks are posed due to its multifaceted design. If a cyber supply chain is compromised, some of the devices that were meant to protect your business from harm may be the exact ones that cause the most damage.

2019-03-26

Avoid Supply Chain Compromise by using the NIST Cybersecurity Risk Management Process

chain break graphic - Avoid supply chain compromise by using NIST Cybersecurity Risk Management Process Avoid Supply Chain Compromise by using the NIST Cybersecurity Risk Management Process Each level of a business process requires standardized procedures to ensure delivery of quality products and services. The operational successes of these supply chain linkages in business sectors and other entities are also determined by how well they handle and respond to cybersecurity challenges. Some industries have unique strategies, applying principles and guidelines to supply chain partners to maintain integrity, security, quality and resiliency. Here are some powerful solutions that work wonders in casting out threat actors via solid infrastructure defenses throughout the supply chain risk management processes.

2019-03-19

Increase Server Capacity and Bandwidth to Reduce the Effects of DDoS Attacks and Server Crashes

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The classic model for cybersecurity focuses on three main objectives, often referred to as the CIA triad: confidentiality, integrity, and availability. Confidentiality is a set of rules that limits access to information, integrity is the assurance that the information is trustworthy and accurate, and availability is a guarantee of reliable access to the information by authorized people. Let’s take the opportunity to see how small businesses can maintain availability by making sure they have enough network capacity.