October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Burwood Group is a proud champion of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a global initiative created to raise awareness of online safety and privacy. Read on for 2018 themes, content, and our experts’ best practices and tips.

 
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Cybersecurity Awareness Ideas & Tips from the Experts

 

Week 3, October 15-19 | It’s Everyone’s Job to Ensure Online Safety at Work

As the lines between our professional work and daily lives become increasingly blurred, it is more important than ever to practice safer online habits and to ensure your organization is up-to-date on critical security processes and protocols. This week we focus on cybersecurity concepts such as segmentation, endpoint protection, and vulnerability management security. 

 

Many IT organizations claim to have vulnerability management programs, but at what maturity level? Are they employing risk removal strategies that achieve expected results?

Prevention is the Best Medicine for Endpoint Threats

 

Week 2, October 8-12 | Millions of Rewarding Jobs: Educating for a Career in Cybersecurity

Continuing education in cybersecurity is critical to ensuring our organizations are safe from attackers and threats. Best practices, preventative technologies, and current threats change on a day-by-day basis. Our best defense is creating a culture of continued learning in our organizations, and supporting efforts to raise the next generation of cybersecurity professionals. Check out these expert interviews and webinars to keep your colleagues and yourself sharp.

 

Do you trust every aspect of your corporate network? Including the users, devices and applications? Burwood discusses segmentation and the "Zero Trust" method and how to determine if it is the right fit for your organization.

 

Week 1, October 1-5 | Make Your Business a Haven for Online Safety 

The IT department is responsible for setting a strong security practice example for the broader organization. From individual security habits to organizational security strategy, IT professionals must lead by example with a top-of-mind approach to factoring cybersecurity concerns into business decisions. From cloud ramifications, to data protection strategies, to vendor selection: our continued education is critical to keeping our organizations safe.

 
 

Why is cybersecurity so important?

 

Cybersecurity is more critical today than ever before because as the number of connected, mobile devices has grown exponentially, so have the risks. As attacks are becoming more sophisticated and difficult to detect, organizations need holistic security solutions to mitigate risk and limit damage should an attack occur, especially in overlooked areas of cybersecurity risk such as IoT, cloud, and third-party vendors.

 
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