Disaster preparedness and recovery

Disaster preparedness and recovery

Last updated on July 19th, 2022

Our cybersecurity solutions are designed with a preemptive approach in mind. Embedding security at the architecture level makes a big difference and is all-encompassing. Risk exposure is significantly reduced when IT systems are designed to be secured at the foundation. Experts should cover security assessments during the initial project planning stages to optimize security. Incorporating security features after the system has been launched may cause problems. As early as possible in the development process, a guiding document should be created that lists all cyber security requirements, including compliance to adhere to. It is imperative to consider scalability so that future additions of end-user devices can be generated without having to restart. In addition to being better managed, systems created using a secure-by-design approach will have higher automation levels and detailed management responsibilities and controls defined in advance. By doing so, these systems will have a decreased risk of being attacked and will, therefore, have a better chance of providing timely alerts once the company has been compromised.

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Cloud Security

Cloud security is critical, complex and multilayered. Successful cloud security must account for the security features and technical specifications supplied by your cloud services provider. When these answer for your organization’s requirements, Cyber72 will identify, recommend or implement the internal security technologies, procedures, policies and oversight needed to complement the provider’s measures