Cyber Hygiene Checklist

Understanding the very basics of cyber defense will help you better prepare for the security conversations that will inevitably occur within your organization. 

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CYBER HYGIENE CHECKLIST

By keeping up your cybersecurity hygiene, your company can avoid the vast majority of breaches that occur. It is so simple, and yet, so often overlooked.

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Think about it…
Would you continue to build a house on a cracked foundation? Or plant new seeds in a bed of weeds?

Why then, would you be willing to implement more hardware or architectural designs, without fixing your network and security foundation?

A strong and stable foundation is essential to support your future growth.

Here are some good habits to have when it comes to your cyber hygiene:

  • Scan network devices (NGFW, switches, WAP’s) for vulnerabilities
  • Patch equipment inline with vendor and IVA updates
  • Review and analyze historical data and trends
  • Establish and follow a set network and security coverage schedule

Download the full Cybersecurity Hygiene Checklist to see if your habits support a defendable network.

Download the Checklist

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