Cyber Boxer : Cyber Risk Benchmarking Benefits

Cyber Boxer : Cyber Risk Benchmarking Benefits
Introduction

Cyber Boxer – Cyber Risk Benchmarking Introduction

Mitigating Developing Problem of Virtual World with real consequences thru Powerful Analytics.
Any organisation today faces a constant challenge in preserving the confidentiality, integrity and availability of its information assets, against the broad range of external and internal threats. The failure to take a proactive approach to information risk management is leaving many organisations vulnerable with potentially devastating consequences. We have on many occasions seen how organisations are battling to establish a business-aligned, risk-based cyber security programme that can adapt to a constantly changing regulatory, customer, and threat environment.

Cyber Boxer have established an approach that will :
• Provide you with the highest return on investment (ROI) for your cyber insurance spend.
• Protect your organisation from a large majority of threats thereby reducing risk.
• Demonstrate a proactive posture to safeguard critical assets.
• Elevate security from an operational function to a strategic business enabler.

Monitor and Benchmark

Cyber Boxer Correlate and analyse event data. Determine the most vulnerable threat on the basis of historic loss experience faced by peer group organisation world over. Define a suggested improvement priority road map for the establishment of an Information Risk Management Framework and an Information Identify the specific information threats facing your business environment. We quantify and bench mark cyber risk for insurance rating & validate acceptable information risk levels in accordance with business requirements. Determine the maturity of existing information risk, people, process and technology controls across the areas within scope. Highlight key vulnerabilities and risk areas across the organisation.

Ransomware: The Look at Future Trends

Tips to save yourself from wanacry type Cyber Extortion

WannaCry and Petya are just the latest examples. Ransomware has been a major contributor to the majority of successful attacks in the past year, and has caused untold amounts of financial losses for the victims. The actors behind this threat have continuously shifted and improved their ability to execute these attacks.

An online extortion attack that authorities say swept 150 countries this weekend is part of a growing problem of 'ransomware' scams.
The virus locks people out of their files and presents them with a demand to pay hackers to restore access.
Hackers bait users to click on infected email links, open infected attachments or take advantage of outdated and vulnerable systems.
Lawrence Abrams, a New York-based blogger who runs BleepingComputer.com, says many organisations don't install security upgrades because they're worried about triggering bugs, or they can't afford the downtime.
Below are five tips to make yourself a less-likely victim:

1. Make safe and secure backups
2. Update and patch your systems
3. Use antivirus software
4. Educate your workforce
5. If hit, don't 'wait and see'