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States like Massachusetts require that all companies have a WISP at minimum.
The weakest link in any cybersecurity plan is usually humans. Proper employee training helps with password strength/storage, detecting ransomware, preventing email phising and much more.
Having proper backups in place can be the most important tool in cybersecurity. They help with system outages, prevent ransomware attacks and ensure your data is protected even in a catastrophe.
A vulnerability assessment is a great start to a successful cybersecurity plan. It gives you an overview of any current vulnerabilities in your network, creates a device inventory with a current status for each and provides a report for suggested updates / fixes / upgrades.
Running annual penetration tests ensures that your network is secure against potential threats. These tests involve a team of hackers trying to penetrate your system the same way a real threat would. After the test a report is provided detailing their findings and suggested fixes.
A new system install can be out of date or require a major security patch as soon as hours after installing it. Having a set process and schedule for updates ensures your systems are always up to date and secure.
Having a password management in place allows you to use strong passwords without having to remember them. It also allows you to easily share passwords with other team members without emailing or messaging them.
Having an internal or subcontracted IT team helps to ensure that new devices are configured correctly and software patches and updates are made on a regular schedule.
It's important to have internal policies in place for events such as disasters, breaches and new vendors.
While many overlook their website in their cybersecurity plans it's a very important piece. Hackers can compromise your site and take it offline, intercept payment information, send emails from your actual domain to other employees as part of phishing or ransomware attacks and even steal passwords for user accounts.