Enterprise cybersecurity refers to the practice of protecting digital assets and information from various cybersecurity threats and attacks.
The main aim of cybersecurity is to ensure the Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability of the organization's systems, network, and data.
Confidentiality - involves the efforts of an organization to make sure data is kept secret or private by applying multi-layer authentication and security controls like- Passwords, MFA, Access tokens, etc.
Integrity - ensures that data is protected against unauthorized modifications, deletions, or tampering. When the right people have the right level of access (R-Read, W-Write, X-Execute), the integrity of information will be protected.
Availability - ensures that authorized users can access the required resources and services when needed, without experiencing significant downtime or disruptions.
Application Security refers to the practices and measures implemented to protect software applications from vulnerabilities, and threats. It involves certain coding practices, vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, to mitigate risks throughout the application's lifecycle.
Tools - Checkmarx, Veracode, Burp Suite, OWASP ZAP
Network Security deploys firewalls, intrusion detection systems, virtual private networks (VPNs), and other technologies to secure the organization's network infrastructure.
Tools - Firewall, Snort, Nessus, Wireshark, Zscaler, Cloudflare.
Incident Response refers to establishing protocols and procedures to detect, respond to, and recover from cybersecurity incidents effectively, minimizing the impact on the organization's operations.
Tools - Splunk, CrowdStrike, ThreatConnect, Autopsy, ServiceNow
Endpoint Security protects individual devices such as computers, laptops, smartphones, and IoT devices from malware, viruses, and other malicious activities.
Tools - Cylance, McAfee EPO, MS Defender, Qualys, Symantec DLP
Compliance refers to the adherence to laws, regulations, industry standards, and internal policies relevant to an organization's operations.
Tools - Service Now, Okta, Google Workspace, MS O365
Disaster Recovery refers to the processes and strategies put in place to restore and resume critical business operations and IT infrastructure after a disruptive event, such as a natural disaster, cyberattack, or system failure.
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Risk assessment in cybersecurity involves identifying, analyzing, and evaluating potential risks and vulnerabilities related to an organization's digital assets, information systems, and technological infrastructure. It aims to assess the potential impact of cyber threats and attacks, as well as the likelihood of those threats occurring.
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