For your business data to be secure, DataHive recommends following a security framework (process), which consists of five steps: identify, protect, detect, respond and recover. This process ensures that your cybersecurity defense is free of gaps that could let hackers through. Whether you need guidance to help you through the process from start to finish, or you know which step you’re in but require some assistance from a cybersecurity expert, our IT security experts are here to help.
Here’s how it works:
As our client, you are in full control of costs by defining the scope.
You may have an existing security framework (process) with cybersecurity staff in place, and all you need is some advice related to a specific threat.
Or, you don’t have any cybersecurity staff in place and need support creating a security framework (process) for your business.
Our cybersecurity experts work with businesses from small start-ups to large multinational organizations. Call us at 1-403-313-1106 or toll free at 1-877-328-2448 to speak to one of our cybersecurity consultants about your business security needs. The DataHive team is available 24/7.
If your business has ever had to recover from a security incident, or if you are concerned about cybersecurity, the next step is to identify which cybersecurity risks your business might face. Based on that information, we can work with you to create a plan on how to protect your company from a cybersecurity breach.
After you have identified what business data you need to protect, the next step is to build safeguards and reinforce existing protection.
After implementing additional protection, it is essential to continually monitor the system for signs of breach attempts, successful breaches, unauthorized access or other anomalies.
As soon as you have detected an incident, it’s time to respond. But, it’s important to plan and rehearse those recovery steps ahead of time.
If you have not protected your data sufficiently and now detect a failure, it’s time to recover. But, it’s important to plan and rehearse those recovery steps well in advance.