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Incident Response

Incident Planning

Keep calm and carry on…with our Business Continuity and Incident Response plans.

The principal difference between Continuity and Incident plans is their primary objectives. The purpose of an Incident Response Plan is to protect sensitive data during a security breach, while a Disaster Recovery Plan serves to ensure continuity of business processes after a service disruption. A good practice is to document two plans separately.

Disaster recovery is a piece of business continuity planning and concentrates on accessing data easily following a disaster. BC includes this element but also takes into account risk management and other planning an organization needs to stay afloat during an event.

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Stay Safe in 2020 from Malicious Code

Malicious code is unwanted files or programs that can cause harm to a computer or compromise data stored on a computer. Various classifications of malicious code include viruses, worms, and Trojan horses.

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Cybersecurity Compliance

Each sector has its own cybersecurity pain points, and there is, of course, much overlap as well. Phishing is especially an issue across all industry sectors, likely because it taps into our behavior, and because of that it is very successful as an attack vector.

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Security Architecture

What are the most commonly mixed up security terms?

Threat, vulnerability, and risk.

While it might be unreasonable to expect those outside the security industry to understand the differences, more often than not, many in the business use these terms incorrectly or interchangeably.

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Migration Service

Securely migrate your data and enjoy benefits of the cloud technology.

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