To build or enhance your company's cybersecurity plan, one of the first steps to consider is mapping out all access points to your company’s systems and network, including the interaction points between various systems within and outside the network.
Cybersecurity protects your – and your clients' – assets. This series dives into how you can integrate a successful cybersecurity plan. From company culture to training and maintaining your personnel, creating a safe business environment starts here.
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Proactively addressing cybersecurity can turn a “necessary evil” into a competitive advantage. Implementing a solid cybersecurity plan can reassure existing customers that they have made the right choice in choosing your company as a supplier.
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CMMC stands for Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification. This is an initiative of the Department of Defense (DOD) to address cybersecurity concerns at non-governmental organizations participating in the DOD supply chain.
Regardless of whether or not there is a single or multiple points of connection between the two network environments, the objective of the security functions applied at these connection points is to control the flow of information across that barrier ...
A topic that is often not considered is the differences in the performance requirements between the IT and OT network environments.
The types of equipment connected to OT networks (manufacturing) are fundamentally different than the equipment connected to an IT network (office). This difference represents a whole new set of challenges for IT professions attempting to extend their ...