ITR Technology: Five IT security best practices
ITR Technology will be participating in the ITWeb Security Summit, southern Africa's definitive conference and expo for information security, IT and business professionals.
The 14th annual ITWeb Security Summit, to be staged at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, from 27-31 May, will demystify emerging cyber security strategies in AI, blockchain, IOT, DevSecOps and more, and give delegates an understanding of how to increase their businesses' cyber resiliency.
Research by Cybersecurity Ventures predicts ransomware alone will cost businesses around the world more than $11.5 billion in 2019. What's worse, this same study also predicts businesses will experience a cyber attack every 14 seconds by 2019, up from once every 40 seconds in 2016. So, what can you do to mitigate the increasing threat of cyber attacks? Here are five IT security best practices that can help.
1. Fine-tune your security strategy to address your business' needs.
2. Curb the cost of losing information using a data loss prevention (DLP) system.
3. Ensure compliance with stringent regulations to improve your risk posture.
4. Develop an intelligence-driven strategy to prevent advanced attacks.
5. Implement gateway security and multi-factor authentication.
Implementing some or all of these best practices will help you see the full picture of your IT infrastructure's health. Get prepared to fight whatever cyber attacks may come your way in 2019.
Want to know more about how to implement these best practices? Come and visit ITR Technology at stand number 43 in Johannesburg from the 27-31 May 2019.
For more information or to register for the ITWeb Security Summit, go to www.securitysummit.co.za.
Come and visit ITR Technology (ManageEngine South Africa) at stand number 45. For further information about our products and services, kindly contact Sally Robertson at email@example.com or give us a call on (012) 665 5551.