Infographic: The Pillars of a Great Cybersecurity Setup
Cybersecurity has been near or top of the agenda for organizations for several years and, thanks to COVID, is now firmly a key component of any digital transformation strategy.
Cybercrime has risen significantly since 2020, and a recent survey of CIOs found that four in ten said their company had experienced an increased number cybersecurity incidents in the wake of the pandemic.
This has led to many businesses to seek a more comprehensive stack for their security tech and look for new ways to protect themselves.
When businesses were asked how COVID would impact their tech spending plans, 84% indicated they would be increasing spend on cybersecurity—more than any other area of tech.
So what does this mean? It means that attacks are on the rise and businesses are, by and large, responding. So what should they spend their investment on and what solutions should they be considering to go into their cybersecurity setup?
We’ve put together this infographic so you can see what we at Impact offer our clients—and use ourselves—to keep safe.
Take a look!
Impact Networking’s Managed Security program provides vital cybersecurity protection for clients, keeping their minds at ease in the knowledge that their IT infrastructure is being monitored and maintained by our security experts.
We’ve vetted hundreds of vendors to ensure that our program utilizes best-in-class solutions for our clients. In today’s cybersecurity landscape, a comprehensive cybersecurity program has never been more important.
Learn more about Impact’s offering here.
Infographic in written form:
The Pillars of a Great Cybersecurity Setup
The world of cybersecurity can seem like a minefield of buzzwords. Let’s cut to the chase and take a look at the solutions involved in a modern security tech stack.
Perimeter security solutions protect data between a private, internal network and an external, public-facing network.
- Unified threat management (UTM)
- Web application firewall (WAF)
Endpoint solutions safeguard devices under your network.
- Domain name system (DNS) protection
- Managed detection and response (MDR)
- Persistence detection
Info security is essential in preventing data leakage and other forms of unintentional data loss.
- Email protection
- Data loss prevention (DLP)
Authentication solutions ensure the people accessing your business data are who they say they are.
- Multi-factor authentication (MFA)
- Password management
Backup and Disaster Recovery
In case of data disaster, businesses need to retrieve lost information.
- Backup and disaster recovery (BDR)
- SaaS backup services
- Website backup
Monitoring tools provide total visibility into your network and find vulnerabilities.
- Network monitoring
- Security information and event management (SIEM)
- Network detection and response (NDR)