Cybersecurity brings to mind security software, system updates and encryption practices.
But technology is only one part of the equation. There’s always the human factor; you know, the employees who click on bad emails with malware attached. Or employees who don’t know what to do in case of a ransomware attack. (Hint: 1) disconnect the computer from the network. (Hint:2) notify the IT security specialist.
The Technology Manager’s Guide: Tips for Buying Cybersecurity Technology” takes all those factors into account and recommends that policies and technology be structured with the assumption that your system has been breached already or will be at some point.
In addition to suggestions as to what your RFP should include, you’ll learn:
- How to find a certified partner to work on your security system
- Who should test the system and how often
- When is the best time to scan for vulnerabilities
- Where to find a framework for best security practices