There are more and more laws and regulations whose objective is to protect organizations, information, people and technology, so it is essential to have a governance, risk management, compliance and business continuity strategy that guarantees companies the proper administration of the same in the most effective way, reducing the level of risk in the face of growing threats, while complying with laws, regulations and standards.
More and more legal regulations and laws seek to protect organizations, and it is essential that we define a security governance strategy, manage risks well, and comply with legal regulations. The success of the world of digital information depends mainly on trust. The trust of our clients, our partners, etc. But how can we create, maintain, and even increase that trust over time? The objective is to increase confidence in the use of technology by companies and people.
Real challenges we face:
Cybersecurity and Privacy Risks:
We must all work together to avoid those losses that make individuals mistrust technology. We must seek solutions that build user trust, improve economic opportunities, increase operational efficiency, reduce fraud and theft, and ensure compliance with legal requirements.
100% cybersecurity does not exist; we have to reduce the level of risk to the maximum, which allows us to continue working in our business and complying with legal requirements. Surveillance is key; organizations have to take proactive actions to protect their assets and information resources. There is no single answer to cybersecurity, nor is there a 100% foolproof solution, but there are some common sense things we should do:
The first thing we have to do is carry out a cybersecurity program, which will depend on our business profile. To do this, we must define cybersecurity policies and standards and information technology infrastructures and cybersecurity governance and leadership organization.
We must be aware that people are the most significant risk to cybersecurity in companies. Perhaps many times, without being fully aware of it, they violate the cybersecurity of our company due to human error or lack of preparation or adequate training. The best technology will get us nowhere if we don’t start by knowing the main threats to our business.
The life cycle of comprehensive cybersecurity management is a continuous process. The phases would be evaluation, planning, design and implementation, training/awareness and cybersecurity services. But when we get to this last phase, we have to re-evaluate since it is very likely that something has changed in your infrastructure, in your business objective, in threats, in your environment. We must re-evaluate to see if we have to start the whole process again.
1. Security And Privacy Assessment: Identify new methods that allow us to improve and grow corporate achievements while mitigating the risks that may affect our organization:
2. Security And Privacy Planning: We must plan the measures and actions to be taken based on the recommendations obtained through the evaluation previously carried out:
3. Design And Implementation Of Security And Privacy: We must design and implement solutions that generate and increase the degree of trust necessary so that it is projected into the success of the business to:
4. Training And Awareness Plans: It is necessary to invest in cybersecurity education and personal privacy as the first line of defence, facilitating it through various means such as webinars, instructors, distance study, etc.
5. Ongoing Cybersecurity And Privacy Services: Launch of specialized services that facilitate compliance with the specific cybersecurity and privacy needs of our business:
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