According to Simon Wilcox, Managing Director of Digital Craftsmen Ltd, the three pillars of cyber security are people, process, and technology.
Cyberattacks are on the rise, up 600 percent in the previous year, according to industry reports, and they’re only going to get worse.
This predicament has been brought about by a number of circumstances. WFH, the Great Resignation, and the growing threat of assaults by hostile nation-states Hackers are always improving their tactics, whether it’s utilizing sophisticated social engineering to persuade victims or using artificial intelligence to launch brute force attacks 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
They remain inconspicuous once within a network, propagating malicious code and even infecting data backups with ransomware.
Ransomware assaults have resulted in a dark web marketplace where hackers with minimum technical abilities may acquire commoditized ransomware pieces and be ready to launch attacks in hours.
Many businesses are still unaware of the growing threats and are failing to adapt their cyber security measures to keep up. Today’s cyber threats will not stand up to this passive approach.
Methods to Boost Your Cyber Security
Adopt a Security Mindset-by teaching yourself to think like this: “If I’m doing anything, what’s the process, what’s the risk?”
Then use the Three Pillars Cyber Security approach to protect your company.
Your company’s IT teams are equipped with the most up-to-date cyber security skills and certifications in order to put controls, technologies, and best practices in place for your company.
Incorporate a unified structure and method of operation to limit risks and respond to hazards in real time. Keep your papers up-to-date because hackers’ attack strategies are continuously improving.
Without a doubt, technology improves defense levels. However, if adopted without sufficient planning or with a limited grasp of the environment it is meant to protect, it will become the root cause of a slew of additional issues.
The Three Pillars Model is the foundation of our Security as a Service offering.
Our employees are ISO27001/Cyber Essentials certified and maintain an ITIL Support Desk that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Thanks to our technology relationships with Qualys and Armor, we have access to the most up-to-date software, intelligence, and threat alerts.
Cyber Security Services by Digital Craftsmen
It doesn’t have to be difficult to secure your company.
Step One: Conduct a Vulnerability Audit to identify any flaws, including those that are unknown. All vulnerabilities are then hardened and remedied.
Step two: Establish a Security Operations Centre (SOC) that is monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and has specialized staff ready to respond to the first signs of an assault.