24 March 2020
19 March 2020
Best practices to prevent incidents, and help you get back to business faster when you do experience an incident.
As a business you’ll know the importance of online systems in running your day-to-day operations, that’s why it’s important to have a plan prepared in case something goes wrong.
Following these steps will help you make sure you’ve got the basics covered as you get your business back up and running.
If someone finds a vulnerability in your service or product that could be exploited in an attack, make it easy for them to report it to you.
A cyber security risk assessment is something every business should do. A risk assessment will help you understand both your business processes, and the systems and data you need to secure. Knowing the risks your business faces can help you prevent — or recover from — a cyber security incident.
If you run a business, you know how important it is to keep your data safe. If it’s compromised in any way, you'll need to make sure you have a backup available to restore it quickly and easily.
Use this tool to report any cyber security issue that you’re experiencing — we’ll help you identify it and let you know what the next steps are to resolve it.
When your business experiences a cyber security incident, it’s easy to forget that responding to the technical issue is only part of the response effort. A major component of a cyber security issue is how you let people know what’s going on, how it’s affecting you, and how it could affect them.