Sage Advice - Cybersecurity Blog

3 'Must Have' Cybersecurity Documents

We see news of devastating cyberattacks every day in private and public organizations of all sizes. From phishing attempts, to business email compromises, to full-blown ransomware attacks, any device that’s connected to the internet is at risk for an attack.

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Topics: Security Policy, Incident Response, Information Security

Conducting a Cyber-Crime Exercise in a Smaller Enterprise

When we talk about designing a great cyber-crime exercise, we always say that you need eight things to make it work. That sounds like good advice for a larger company, but what if you are in a smaller organization, say one with less than 300 employees? Can you still do this type of exercise? The answer is a resounding “yes!” A well-designed cyber exercise CAN be conducted in a smaller organization; it just takes a little readjusting of the eight basic things to make it all work.

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Topics: CyberCrime Symposium, Incident Response

Ransomware Defense Tips - Incident Response Preparation

As Ransomware attacks continue to escalate in scale and scope, it is more important than ever to be able to defend your organization against this type of cyber attack. Especially when it comes to preparing your incident response protocols. Preparation and practice are the secrets to success. So, if you are comprised, you can recover quickly with little or no damage… and without having to pay a ransom. 

Here’s how you can ensure that your organization is ready to confidently respond to, and survive, a ransomware attack.

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Topics: Threat Detection Tips, Ransomware, Incident Response