Business and Management

Cyber Security Strategy – The Laws of Information Security

What are the threats to confidential business information and the associated valuable assets? Which are the security pitfalls? 

Cyber security for business at ENGAGE Cybersecurity is the practice of using the proper defenses to protect your most valuable business assets. Companies today are highly dependent on technological advances to offer services, communicate with their customers, and manage their supply chain. 

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What is your cyber security approach to ensure you keep an acceptable level of vigilance against cyber-attacks? The four laws of security for information provide information useful for companies to create their security plan.

Our journey begins by diving headfirst into the defenses that the body has. There is a lot to learn from this one of the most researched subjects of all time. We study the human body's defense mechanisms, both internal and external, designed to combat bacteria and viruses. 

Then, we analyze the immune response to fight off diseases using complex mechanisms that require specific white blood cells and the activity of the lymphatic system which comprises nodes and vessels which are located throughout the body. 

We look at the defenses of the human body to understand the fundamental components of the cyber security strategy of an organization. 

The cyber security strategy of an organization defines the most important security priorities in line with the company's mission to ensure that defense capabilities are integrated.

Information is the new currency for all businesses and organizations, we look at the challenges for enabling a technology architecture that is self-healing and highly robust to threats that could cause serious disruption to business processes. 

This is particularly important because the threats of today are more sophisticated, more obscure, and highly targeted at the architecture of technology whose boundaries are being stretched due to the direct impact of mobile computing, and virtualization.