Maintain cyber hygiene
Establish a strong foundation upon which you can build a resilient security posture through continuous monitoring and hardening of all deployed security solutions.
Increase Cyber ROI
continuosly analyze and Automate
Automated and continuous analysis of your security hygiene to proactively identify and address potential threats before attackers can exploit them. By implementing preventative maintenance approach, you can reduce the risk of cyber attacks, and unleash the full potential of your security defense.
Complete Visibility of Risk
Stay ahead of potential threats by continuously monitoring the hygiene of your security solutions. Identify and address security gaps and misconfigurations before they are exploited.
Automated Assessment and remediation
Streamline the cyber hygiene assessment process with automated analysis, reporting, and remediation, reducing the preventative maintenance workload on security teams and minimizing the risk of human error.
Comprehensive Security Hygiene Management
Ensure your security hygiene is up to par by managing, tracking, and prioritizing all your security hygiene activities.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is cyber hygiene and why is it important?
Cyber hygiene refers to the regular and consistent maintenance of an organization’s cybersecurity defenses. This includes activities such as software updates, patching vulnerabilities, and monitoring for suspicious activity. It is important because it helps prevent cyber attacks and data breaches by keeping systems and networks up to date and secure.
How often should cyber hygiene practices be performed?
Cyber hygiene practices should be performed on a regular basis, ideally on a daily or weekly basis. This includes activities such as checking for software updates, patching vulnerabilities, and monitoring for suspicious activity.
What are some examples of cyber hygiene practices?
Keeping software and operating systems up to date with the latest patches and security updates
Regularly running antivirus and malware scans
Securing network connections with strong passwords and two-factor authentication
Regularly reviewing and monitoring system and network logs for suspicious activity
Educating employees on safe browsing and email practices to prevent phishing attacks