Layered Security: Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)

Layered Security: Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)

In order to properly approach your business' security strategy, you need a complete understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of your defensive and offensive position. Between staff turnover, stakeholder interest and strategic planning, having proper logs of security events is essential to ensuring that your security approach is relevant and strong.

Layered Security: Business Continuity Planning (BCP)

Layered Security: Business Continuity Planning (BCP)

Your business needs a living, working business continuity plan, with disaster recovery built in, to ensure that no matter what comes at you, you're ready to meet the challenge. Putting all of the steps toward total security in place to protect your business data is essential, but once the on-the-ground work has been done, it can be easy to forget that threats change and evolve, and disasters happen even to those of us who are most prepared.

Layered Security: Device Hardening

Layered Security: Device Hardening

Device hardening is the process of setting up all of your systems with only the services that are essential to your business functions, and then testing those systems for vulnerability.

Every device that is used by employees for any business data should be hardened - servers, PCs, laptops, and mobile devices, which should also be encrypted.