Hackers run automated tools 24×7 so it is important to plan a multi-layer defence. We will help define your strategy with components including:
Password Management – Audits and Multi-Factor Authentication
Email Security – front line defence from spam and malware
End User Training – Regular Security Awareness campaigns to reduce phishing and social engineering
Device Updates and Patching – all part of our Managed IT services
Application White-listing – to prevent malicious code from running on your servers
DNS filtering – to prevent unintended access to suspicious websites
Backup and Disaster recovery – including a documented DR plan should an incident occur
Mobile Device Security – to protect the data stored on your phone and tablets
Managed Firewalls – an essential tool for controlling access to your network and your first line of defense.
Without a defined cyber security strategy, it may only be a matter of time before you, or a related organisation is impacted by a cyber event
Rapid Response – should a security incident occur
Data Breach reports – to assist with compliance under the new Data Breach notification and Privacy legislation
Australia Cyber Security Centre – Essential Eight at a Glance
While no single mitigation strategy is guaranteed to prevent cyber security incidents, organisations are recommended to implement eight essential mitigation strategies suggested by Australian Cyber Security Center as a baseline. This baseline, known as the Essential Eight, makes it much harder for adversaries to compromise systems.
What is your Cyber exposure?
Greenlight can provide a cyber risk assessment based on the the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) Essential 8.
We will then work with you to build a road map to align your security requirements with your budget.