Preventing Fraud with the Right Security Framework - An MSSPs Role
Fraud resulting from cyber theft continues to plague organizations as attackers use more aggressive means of gaining access to critical data more frequently. From the CEO's cellphone to it partners and vendors (and their children), everyone is a target. Business leaders need to understand the implications of choosing a security framework to better protect their organizations related to cost and resource allocation. In this discussion, we will provide an overview on the ISO and NIST models, identify several core cybersecurity program criteria, and walk attendees through the critical first step of self-assessment.
See Also: Creating a Culture of Security
- Discuss the changing landscape of cybersecurity and expanded scope of vulnerabilities affecting organizations;
- Provide an overview of the often confusing ISO and NIST models to better define compliance needs;
- Conduct an interactive group discussion about the real impacts of moving to a new security standard;
- Provide recommendations for automation, tools and implementation strategies.