Maintain, Protect, and Reduce Risk with a Comprehensive IT Compliance and Cybersecurity Strategy
It is common to read news about cybersecurity threats like ransomware, malware, phishing, or IoT-based attacks. 2021 comes with a whole new level of cybersecurity threats. An information report by Threat Horizon states that organizations will face ever-increasing and sophisticated cyber threats under three key themes:
- Disruption (risk of premeditated internet outages that compromise business operations),
- Distortion (spread of misinformation by bots and automated sources), and
- Deterioration (rapid advances in smart technology and conflicting demands posed by evolving national security).
Organizations will be exposed to threats like Cloud Vulnerability, AI-Enhanced Cyber threats, AI Fuzzing, Machine Learning Poisoning, Smart Contract Hacking, and Social Engineering Attacks. Some of the techniques used by attackers will be unknown. The technology solution for the challenges listed above involves rethinking IT security and risk strategy.
Rethink the Security & Risk Strategy
The cybersecurity areas that organizations need to focus on include:
|Data Security and Privacy (GDPR, CCPA, and HIPAA)
||Regulatory Compliance and Frameworks–NIST CSF, FISMA, ISO, CSA
The compliance challenges include ever increasing privacy regulation. The organizations are investing more resources than ever in compliance. There is an overall shortage of qualified cyber security and compliance professionals, hence the organizations need a trusted partner they can team with to help achieve their goals of continually enhancing security and compliance.
e-InnoSec has made significant investments in leadership, methodology, and personnel to be that partner. Our services include free training using the SECURTEAIN eLearning platform as well as classroom training.