Conclusion to Defining a Zero Vulnerability Infrastructure

Wednesday 24th July, 2019

PART SIX: Conclusion to Defining a Zero Vulnerability Infrastructure 

With new agile ways of working, a rise in the gig economy and contracting, increasing use of new technologies in the workplace, and ever-growing mountains of digital data, organisations need to make sure their cyber defences are up to scratch. Indeed, the World Economic Forum has recommended that governments and organisations strengthen cyber security and resilience in order to maintain confidence in a highly connected digital economy.

Cyberattacks are the biggest concern for organisations in Europe, Asia and North America, according to a new survey of executives by the World Economic Forum (WEF).

The report, which included responses from more than 12,000 business leaders from 140 countries, found companies fear the action of hackers will threaten their organisations over the next ten years.

KHIPU Networks ‘Defining a Zero Vulnerability Infrastructure’ guide has provided an overview of some of the most common types of cyberattack, provided guidance on how to define your cyber security strategy and how to identify any potential weak points in your network as you work towards a zero vulnerability infrastructure. It’s critical that you put in the work upfront as this will not only ensure your cyber security is fit for purpose but will also enable you to identify any breaches when they occur, enabling you to act quickly to shut them down and minimise any damage.

It is unfortunately still the case that cyberattacks can sometimes go unnoticed for months or longer, giving hackers unfettered access to data and information which they can then sell for financial gain.

It’s crucial to gain a clear understanding of what data you hold and where it resides on your network – only with this knowledge can you put in place adequate protection and safeguards for when the worst does happen.

KHIPU Networks work with customers large and small and across a whole range of industries to help them on their path to an environment with zero vulnerabilities. With KHIPU’s set of cyber risk assessments, they can help you identify holes in your environment and make recommendations for the best cyber security solutions for your organisation – there is no one size fits all, every company needs a bespoke approach.

Similarly, KHIPU understand the need to support organisations and ensure they stay on top of the game as cyberattacks and data breaches become more sophisticated – and even still, as resources and budgets are tightened. KHIPU Networks Security Operations Centre (SOC) is designed to proactively detect your modern-day cyber threats with incident response and remediation services. This is crucial to organisations across the globe, as KHIPU can now monitor and analyse the security posture of org 24/7 throughout the year.

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