If it’s been more than a year, your team may not know how to respond to a cyberattack. Annual business continuity plan (BCP) testing ensures new hires know what to do and how business changes can affect how you respond to a cyberattack.
Your IT and network security has likely changed over the past year. Performing a penetration test once a year can show you new vulnerabilities that weren’t there the last time you ran this test. If you haven’t completed a penetration test in the past 12 months, your company could be an easy target for a cyberattack.
Patch management ensures all of your firmware and software receive updates to improve their functionality, optimize performance, and close any known security vulnerabilities. You should have a regular patch cycle monthly or quarterly.
Best practices for implementing two-factor authentication include enabling 2FA for all users without exceptions, requiring the use of WebAuthn/U2F security keys or authenticator apps, and using adaptive authentication policies, among others. If any of your software or network doesn’t have 2FA, it could face vulnerabilities from ransomware and malware.
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