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4 Resources to Elevate Your Cyber Security Efforts

With a record number of cyberattacks making national news, cyber security is top-of-mind for many business executives. Cyberattacks are becoming more complex, with new and improved malicious software evading detection systems and disabling or hindering business operations for organizations across the globe. An effective cyber security strategy begins with an understanding of the threat landscape, but it is only the first step. You must take proactive measures to ensure your organization is prepared for the inevitability of facing cyberthreats.

Here are four resources to help elevate your cyber security efforts.

1. Learn how to Build a Cyber-Aware Organization

Too many organizations continue to lag in their cyber awareness and preparedness. There are countless stories of entities across the business and societal landscape – from big corporations to hospitals to schools – navigating data breaches and other forms of cyberattacks that put their organizations, employees, and stakeholders at risk. Cybercriminals are always looking for their next target, and their tactics are continually evolving, so it’s imperative that you build a cyber-aware organization.

ConvergeOne's Chris Ripkey, Director of Cyber Security and Vito Nozza, Principal Consultant, Cyber Security Lifecycle Consulting, dive into five steps to ensure your organization is prepared to tackle a cyberattack. Read the thought leadership article now.

2. Discover the Benefits of a Robust Cyber Recovery Solution

Hackers have grown far more sophisticated and aggressive. When it comes to protecting vital data, organizations need an equally sophisticated Cyber Recovery Solution, with a data protection architecture that combines multiple layers of protection and security of critical data – whether it’s customer information, trade secrets, social security numbers, or health data.

ConvergeOne's Hassan Kassih dives into the four pillars of a successful Cyber Recovery Solution. Read the thought leadership article now.

3. Read ConvergeOne's Cyber Risk Management White Paper

Having a proper cyber risk management program allows you to focus on critical assets that affect business continuity. It provides insight into what programs – business continuity, disaster recovery, and incident response – should be created, communicated, and practiced to minimize disruption from a breach.

Access a white paper by ConvergeOne Cyber Security Expert Vito Nozza to get 12 tips for developing a successful risk management program that protects your organization from cyberthreats.

4. Read ConvergeOne's 23 Cyber Security Tips for 2023 White Paper

Organizations are more vulnerable than ever to cyberattacks. Many cyberattacks involve ransomware, a form of malicious software or malware, designed to deny access to a computer system or data until a ransom is paid and a decryption key (commonly called a decryptor) is given to the victim. Ransomware can spread in multiple ways, but most typically, through phishing emails or by unknowingly visiting an infected website. Ransomware can be catastrophic to your organization, preventing critical information and systems from being accessed. You must build a cyber-aware culture within your organization in order to protect your information and people from cyberattacks.

Access a white paper by ConvergeOne Cyber Security Experts Chris Ripkey and Vito Nozza for 23 cyber tips to get your organization started on a path to a cyber-aware culture.

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Businesses and governments are transforming at rapid rates, requiring enhanced security postures. When data protection means everything, ConvergeOne cyber security solutions are proactive. We secure critical applications, minimize risks and protect the data crucial to successful transformation. Schedule a Consultation
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