Cybersecurity is an essential component of any industry whether large, small, public or private. Therefore, it’s vital that businesses and communities work together to identify consistent and effective cyber protection. No matter what industry you’re in, CyberNet Security can help identify existing risk. Whether technical risk, such as weak firewalls or unpatched servers, or physical security, such as intrusion detection and access monitoring, we’ll help find solutions that best fit your organization.
Our community businesses, whether large or small, are all susceptible to many types of attacks. Security data breaches have become more frequent and have caused businesses to be under scrutiny. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance is an important way to protect customer information, financial data and a business’ reputation.
CyberNet Security will help business operations run safer by evaluating and enhancing security polices, helping customer information remain secure and allowing organizations to continue to best serve clients with the peace of mind they expect.
Measuring any potential cybersecurity risk is essential in the financial services industry and requires a concentrated effort. Whether you are a small credit union or a large multinational financial institution, we understand the unique compliance challenges and security risks facing the financial marketplace. From the demanding regulatory requirements, such as Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) and Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), to the smaller, yet equally important, National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) guidelines or Farm Credit Union (FCA) controls, we have the experience to help solve your organization’s challenges.
To proactively identify and address any significant concerns, CyberNet Security will lead organizations through innovative services that will assist clients in establishing and maintaining security standards and compliance. We are committed to furthering initiatives to ensure consistent and reliable service while maintaining a safe and secure financial framework.
The healthcare industry has seen a dramatic increase of cyber-attacks, driven by the fact that healthcare data records are an extremely attractive target for cyber criminals. Protected health information sells for many times more than credit card information, as it contains a full identity profile all in one place. While the proliferation of networked technology for electronic databases and internet-enabled medical devices are now a necessity to the healthcare market, it is complicated by strict standards and regulations requiring special care when it comes to privacy and security. Increased exposure to Cybersecurity threats requires a healthcare organization to critically evaluate and manage new risks.
Taking a proactive approach, CyberNet Security works to fortify and better protect patients’ data and healthcare networks before an attack occurs, making Cybersecurity a part of an organization’s governance, risk management and business continuity framework.
The insurance industry is often targeted for cyber breaches due to sensitive data collected such as Protected Health Information (PHI) and Personally Identifiable Information (PII). CyberNet Security helps lay the foundation to protect digital infrastructure. We help identify, manage and mitigate risks that may result in potential threats, while maintaining compliance around customer privacy and regulations that often drive the insurance industry, such as Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Proactively managing security threats can help elevate risk management policies/procedures and avoid consequences that evolving risk may cause in the future.
No industry is immune to cyber-attacks, and manufacturing is fast becoming one of the most targeted industries. Manufacturing, which includes automotive, electronics, textile, chemicals and pharmaceutical companies, is a vital part of our nation’s economic and cyber infrastructure. The automation of today’s factories, combined with the connectivity of legacy Industrial Control Systems (ICS), provide unique and challenging cyber security risks. Many attackers are financially motivated and therefore more likely to go after corporate networks and the people who use them. Their objective is to steal potentially valuable intellectual property or sensitive information.
Nearly one-half of all confirmed breaches could be classified as cyber espionage and manufacturers of all sizes are at risk. When it comes to cyber security, every company needs a strategy. CyberNet Security can help you prioritize your business objectives to set your risk tolerance as well as assist your organization with a proactive security plan.
It’s important to be prepared for an inevitable cyber-attack, and support a culture of security awareness. Cyber security needs to become a part of everyday life in today’s environment.
Managing cybersecurity risks in the telecommunications industry has always been a priority, and any breach could disrupt communication services for millions. Enhancing security measures and practices within the industry is critical. Understanding how to protect network environments from malicious attacks is vital and cannot be underestimated to prevent loss of service, integrity and confidentiality.
CyberNet Security expertise offers clients a systematic approach for cyber readiness and risk management strategies to strengthen current frameworks.
Energy is the integral source any industry needs to support infrastructure. As the industry continues to advance with automation and reliance on continual service, it’s essential that a comprehensive protection plan is in place. Stringent North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) and Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) standards are some of the many unique challenges the energy industry faces. CyberNet Security will provide guidance to meet varying compliance regulations.
We are committed to safeguarding the communities in which we live and work by protecting digital infrastructure. Every community relies on critical business functions and must manage sensitive information. Any type of compromise will adversely affect how the city continues to function or operate. Aligning frameworks such as National Institute of Standards Technology (NIST) or International Origination of Standardization (ISO)/International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), in combination with vulnerability tests, is an effective defense against a breach. CyberNet Security helps to implement, maintain and secure operational efficiencies through established cybersecurity practices.