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In our blog, you will find some useful contents to help you understand how and what it takes to implement a strong cybersecurity culture.
Frequently Asked Questions
The letters SOC stand for Service Organization Control.The SOC 1 report is for financial information like credit card numbers. The SOC 2 report is for non-financial information.The certification process involves an audit by a third-party to verify that a company is meeting SOC guidelines.
If you are dealing with and storing information on Cloud or offer a SaaS (Software as a Service) solution, then SOC2 certification becomes important. It provides you with a trusted visibility and also peace of mind that your control environment is working within acceptable levels. SOC 2 certification and compliance is a vital step towards customer reputation and trust.
Most common database threats are Inadequate Permissions Management, Database Injection Attacks (SQL Injections), Existence of Hidden Database Servers, Accessible Backups which can lead to loss of your confidential information.
Some best practices for database security include using string authentication, encryption at relevant levels, using default network ports, ensuring regular backup & restoration, automate auditing with a database protection and auditing platform.
It is very important for an organization to have DNS (Domain Name System) DHCP(Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) and IPAM (IP Address Management) which are not easy to maintain especially when not integrated. When correctly deployed, DDI solutions can provide you functionality of automating many networking tasks, reducing errors that arise from manual configurations. Centralized IP management reduces the risk of outdated IP address data on spreadsheets and enhances required visibility of devices in a network.It enables integration with cloud infrastructure, SD-WAN, virtualization engines, and your own applications.
Organizations can save a lot of valuable and expensive time usually spent for repetitive tasks and focus on adding value to customers by increasing productivity to a greater extent by adding simple automations to our day-to-day schedule. One of the important advantages for businesses is you can reduce cost and improve efficiency which will lead to a happy customer. While human error is normal, those costs can start to add up. By automating your business, you can gather new leads and cut costs. As a result, you’ll boost your return on investment. you can achieve better control over compliance with automation taking examples like PAM (Privilege Access Management) for granting privileges to the resources automatically by setting certain rules based on the role and department.
The NIST Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure, commonly referred to as the NIST cybersecurity framework, is a cybersecurity process framework first published by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in February 2014.
The NIST cybersecurity framework was created through collaboration between U.S. government and industry, and is voluntary guidance for a broad range of organizations to better manage and reduce their cybersecurity risks. The framework consists of industry standards, practical guidelines, and best practices for managing and reducing cybersecurity risks, and can be applied to diverse organizations—both government and commercial, ranging from small to large in size. The NIST cybersecurity framework is also designed to foster communications among internal and external organization stakeholders, so they can better collaborate to manage and reduce cybersecurity risks.
Since the NIST cybersecurity framework is voluntary guidance, rather than mandated regulations, organizations in different economic sectors are expected to customize the framework to address their specific cyber risks and cybersecurity needs. For more information about the NIST cybersecurity framework, see the NIST Cybersecurity Framework FAQ.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of security standards designed to ensure that ALL companies that accept, process, store or transmit credit card information maintain a secure environment.
The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) was launched on September 7, 2006 to manage the ongoing evolution of the Payment Card Industry (PCI) security standards with a focus on improving payment account security throughout the transaction process. The PCI DSS is administered and managed by the PCI SSC (www.pcisecuritystandards.org), an independent body that was created by the major payment card brands (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and JCB.). It is important to note that the payment brands and acquirers are responsible for enforcing compliance, not the PCI council. A copy of the PCI DSS is available here.
The PCI DSS applies to ANY organization, regardless of size or number of transactions, that accepts, transmits or stores any cardholder data.
The current PCI DSS documents can be found on the PCI Security Standards Council website