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Assess your environment and identify potential risks!

Assess your environment and identify potential risks!

The starting point to protect a company from cyber threats is to develop an understanding of possible cybersecurity and privacy risks to company’s systems, assets, data, and capabilities. Therefore, a risk assessment must take place in order to go through everything what can be vulnerable to a security breach – digital and physical assets of the company, interconnections, etc.

Company must be able to answer questions such as: what are the possible cybersecurity and privacy threats? What is the company’s environment which might be at risk? If and how is the company exposed to the risks? What policies and procedures does the company have to manage the risks?

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Safeguard your company!

Safeguard your company!

Every company must put in place relevant safeguards that allow to fully avoid or at least limit and supress the impact of a likely cybersecurity incident. In order to do so, it is important not only using protective software but also timely updating and repairing the necessary components, training staff, ensuring data security, etc.

 

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Spot the breach!

Spot the breach!

In the unfortunate incidence of a cybersecurity and privacy breach, companies must respond immediately in order to minimize the loss. It is only possible if the breach is spotted timely, leaving attackers no time to act around the important data or software. Therefore, continuous monitoring and immediate discovery of any anomalous activity must be enabled.

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Deal with the incident!

Deal with the incident!

If, unfortunately, cybersecurity incident occurs, the company must be ready to respond quickly and limit the negative impact of the incident. Thus, all the companies must have a clear action plan prepared for such cases, as well as staff prepared to stop the breach, communicate about it to the relevant stakeholders, contain expansion of the incident, etc.

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Get back on your feet!

Get back on your feet!

Every company must have a plan that describes how to return to normal operations and limit damage to the company which might continue well after the breach. Such a recovery plan shall foresee the best ways to restore any lost capabilities or impacted services; internal and external communication activities; implementation of the lessons-learned.

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Outcomes and key themes from ICT 2018 Session on Cybersecurity as key for a Digital Economy and Society

On 5 December 2018, the Digital Single Market of the European Commission sponsored a session on the topic of “Cybersecurity as key for a Digital Economy and Society”. The highly-popular session (over 90 attendees) took place on 5 December 2018 within the flagship ICT2018 Conference in Vienna, Austria.

Khalil Rouhana, Deputy Director General, EC – DG CNECT, kicked off the session with an overview of some of the most pressing issues of the day in cybersecurity:

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17/01/2019
Reinforcing Cyber Security in the EU: Building Coordinated Security, Confidence and Capability in the Cyber Domain

With 315 million Europeans using the internet each day, the provision of critical services and the functioning of a modern economy are now entirely dependent upon the robustness and safety of cyberspace and its infrastructure. Cyber security attacks are a growing source of threat and concern, while also representing a growing economic opportunity for Europe, with the market predicted to be worth over $100 Billion by 2018 (European Commission). Moreover, cyber attacks in the EU are constantly growing in both their frequency (quintuplicate between 2013 and 2017) and sophistication.