The second step of the framework, protect, focuses on limiting and containing the impact of a potential cybersecurity event. Categories within this function include: identity management and access control, awareness and training, data security, information protection processes and procedures, maintenance, and protective technology.
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Ensure no unauthorized persons can access your physical IT or digital assets with strict user control and credential management
Equip your employees with the knowledge and skills to effectively perform the protection tasks outlined in your security policies and eliminate risks
State-of-the-art tools and best practices are aligned with your strategy to keep your data available and safe from possible corruption and integrity risks
Building on secure information handling policies and procedures, this step includes creating and testing plans for incident response, business continuity, and disaster recovery
Consistent, scheduled maintenance in accordance with the risk strategy helps ensure your security measures are optimized and threats are mitigated
We manage technical security solutions to keep your systems and assets resilient, backed by regular reviews of audits and log records