Thank you for reading our blog series on Network Security! This is the final of the series, and today we focus on a network security opportunity, which is establishing security leadership.
Enhancing cybersecurity is a critical move for every organization. Moreover, increasing employees’ security “IQ” is another step toward securing key corporate assets. Each organization should work together to assemble a key cybersecurity team that consists of executives who will have a cybersecurity response plan ready to go in seconds.
Being proactive versus reactive is highly important when it comes to security matters. According to the “2015 Cost of Data Breach Study,” U.S. companies were the biggest victims of data breaches worldwide.
While many organizations spend capital and extend resources upfront on security measures, they must be sure that they are investing in a response team, who will oversee response procedures in the event of a breach. This response team should consist of IT personnel, legal, human resources, management, the C-Suite and an outside cybersecurity partner (if available). This team of combined executives is essential to responding to all types of cyberattacks.
Read on this and much more in our Network Security: Challenges and Opportunities eBook here.
Having issues assembling the right cybersecurity team? Check out our “Challenge: Shortage of Skills” section of this eBook for more tips!