A Cyber-Hygiene Checklist

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The calls for cyber-hygiene are getting stronger with each passing year. That’s down to several factors.

First, the cyber-attack surface is growing exponentially, thanks to pandemic-era investments in cloud-based technologies and changing work patterns. From the home workers’ laptop to the dynamic cloud container, there have never been more assets for threat actors to target, and vectors for them to do so.

Second, threat actors are innovating, collaborating and attacking in greater numbers than ever before. Service-based tools freely available on the cybercrime underground have democratized the ability to launch sophisticated attacks – witness the rise in ransomware-as-a-service.

The result of these intersecting trends is that cyber risk is surging, and so are the potential costs of failure.

Download our cyber hygiene checklist to:

  • Learn now to make sure your cyber hygiene does not fail
  • Ensure your organization has a healthy security posture
  • Discover what may need to be added to your security stack 

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