Implementing a robust cybersecurity plan: This should include regular security updates, firewalls, antivirus software, and intrusion detection systems.
Training employees on cybersecurity best practices: Employees should be trained on how to identify phishing emails and other types of scams, and to avoid clicking on links or opening attachments from unknown senders.
Regularly backing up data: Backing up data regularly can help ensure that important information can be recovered in the event of a cyber attack.
Using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) for remote access: A VPN can help secure remote access to company networks and data.
Implementing Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for all users: MFA provides an additional layer of security by requiring users to provide two or more forms of identification before accessing company resources.
Conducting regular security assessment and penetration testing: This will help identify vulnerabilities and potential attack vectors, and can help the company to prioritize its security efforts.
Isolate the affected systems: Disconnect the affected systems from the network to prevent the spread of the attack.
Assess the damage: Determine the extent of the attack and what data may have been compromised.
Notify law enforcement: Report the attack to the appropriate law enforcement agency.
Restore from backups: Use the company’s backups to restore systems and data that were affected by the attack.
Communicate with customers and employees: Inform customers and employees about the attack and the steps being taken to mitigate it.
Update security measures: Review and update security measures to prevent similar attacks in the future.
It is important to note that cyber security is a continuous effort and not a one-time action. It’s important to have a incident response plan in place and review and test it regularly. It is also important to keep security software and systems updated, monitor the network for unusual activity, and have a incident response team in place.
If your company is looking for a robust cybersecurity solution or you have been a victim of ransomware, Netirio can help! To learn more visit our Managed Cybersecurity Services page or call us at 303-284-3566