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Leadership creates a legally binding corporate IT Policy focused on employee and data protection. All users, vendors, contractors, and partners must legally adhere to these policies. Follow a Framework for best results.


   NIST Framework for Cybersecurity 

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Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis determine truly important resources and data. Output determines budget and guidelines for Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity, Incident Response, and other Contingency Planning. Data and battery backups are discussed here.

NIST SP 800-30 Rev. 1 Guide for Conducting Risk Assessments 

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Institute Change, Incident, and Configuration Management to ensure no condition is unexpected. Preventing unauthorized or untimely changes also manages faults and ensures patch management. This step includes Disaster Response.


Preparedness Planning for Your Business 

FEMA National Disaster Recovery Framework

Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Configuration and Change Management Guide 

Multifactor Authentication (MFA) requires more than a password to ensure user identity. MFA is always required for remote and escalated logins.

More than a Password – CISA MFA Guide 

Microsoft’s Privileged Access Strategy  

Outbound internet traffic is limited to a business case whitelist, all other traffic is blocked.

Egress Internet Filtering 

Egress Filtering for a Better Internet  

All network devices must use a hard-coded certificate, when available, and access is controlled by a central identity service. This allows regular audits of all devices, users, and policies.

What is Certificate-based Authentication? 

What is Network Access Control (NAC)?  

Passwords must be complex and updated regularly. Elevated permissions require separate logins.

Password Best Practices 

CISA/NSA Guidance on Selecting and Hardening VPNs 

Network devices and applications are segmented to reduce threat surface area. Prevents unauthorized access between networks and devices at the fabric level.

What is Network Segmentation? 

What is a Next-Generation Firewall? 

No company data on mobile devices. Data can be viewed on mobile devices only after identity has been verified and workflow is encrypted, but not downloaded. Prevents data breaches through theft.

Privacy and Security Compliance – Mobile Devices 

NIST Guidelines for Managing the Security of Mobile Devices in the Enterprise 

Regular Penetration Testing inside and out to stay within Compliance and insurance regulations.

What is Penetration Testing? 

Required Penetration Testing for Compliance 

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Ensure all users are properly trained on corporate policy and sign the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP). Don’t forget the remote users.

Ensure vendors, partners, and anyone with access to company data has been properly trained and accepts corporate policy in writing.

IT staff should have industry and vendor training on technologies they support. Regular training informs of the latest threats. Give employees time to fully learn new technologies before they are deployed into production. Celebrate those who maintain certifications

Train IT staff to perform tasks outside their normal duties to ensure proper coverage during extenuating circumstances.

Take time to investigate even minor errors and alerts. They typically are precursors to major outages and misconfigurations.

Hold table readings to ensure involved parties know their role and expected actions in the event of an outage or disaster. Require IT to restore backup data to determine usability and required time.

Scrub public-facing sources of open source intelligence (OSINT) data. Engage a security professional to demonstrate how this data is used against your company.

Train all users to avoid social engineering scams on the phone and by using phishing campaigns. Train EVERYONE how to stay safe when traveling.

Incentivize employees for to follow security protocols, like wearing their badge.

Have a security expert demonstrate to security, IT, and users how easy it is to clone a badge, steal a password, or convince them to give out personal/confidential information.

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Cloud services require firewalled, encrypted access, preferably through a software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) to implement a zero trust secure access service edge (SASE). Prevents unauthorized and unsolicited access. Encryption prevents man-in-the-middle attacks and outside infiltration.


   Secure SASE with SD-WAN

   What is SD-WAN?

Outbound internet traffic is limited to business use cases is whitelist, all other traffic is blocked.


Integrated DNS-Layer Protection 

Constantly Updated Threat Monitoring

WAN Insights with Digital Monitoring 

Endpoints and users provide the most numerous and common entry point for threat actors and malicious programs. Stop unwanted applications and social engineering attempts in their tracks.


Top 5 Tips for CISOs choosing endpoint protection 

AI-Driven Email Gap Protection for Office 365 

Encrypted Communications From Anywhere 

Minimize failure risks through redundant layers of technology, configuration, and personnel. Ensure Business Continuity Policies are enacted in the real world.


Proactive Application Centric Infrastructure 

Keeping Legacy Devices Managed 

Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) protections ensure code is free from defects and impervious to outside threats. Adding protections for Docker, Kubernetes, and other Cloud-based containers ensures Secure Application Development (SecAppDev).


Sandboxing for Safety and Profit 

Cloud and On-Premises Threat Protection 

SDLC Security in Containers 

Everything is monitored and logged, starting with a complete baseline of the network to establish “normal” traffic. Abnormal and excessive traffic then stands out to AI and Human watchers.


Single Pane of Glass (SPOG) Monitoring 

Constantly Updated Threat Monitoring 

Cloud-based Analytics 

Tie Disparate Security Systems Together 

Multifactor Authentication (MFA) requires more than a password to ensure user identity. MFA is always required for remote and escalated logins.


How Multifactor Authentication Works 

All network connectivity is certificate-based and controlled by an Identity Service. Regularly audit all devices, users, policies – Aligning devices and users with the correct policies ensures only required access. Forcing all devices to authenticate with hardened certificates minimizes spoofing and privilege elevation, both inside and outside.


Identify and Confirm Network Access

Secure Network Analytics 

IoT and RFID systems cannot be neglected. Multiple layers of security ensure inventory, WIP, and supply chain management stay within reach.


RFID Asset Maintenance  Encrypted IoT Networking 

Environmental and telemetry sensors help maintain temperature and humidity balance with electronics. Ensuring video surveillance, access control, and other premise monitoring tools and equipment are secure prevents physical tampering.


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