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Codestone’s Cyber Security Workshop is an evaluation of an organisation’s digital security measures and practices. It is conducted to identify potential vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and areas for improvement in the organisation’s information technology infrastructure, policies, and procedures.
The security workshops typically cover a range of topics such as:
Cybersecurity best practices
The continuous vigilance and proactive measures key to effective cybersecurity.
The manipulation of individuals to gain unauthorised access to information or systems.
A form of cyber-attack that involves tricking individuals into divulging sensitive information or clicking on malicious links through deceptive emails or messages.
Any software intentionally designed to disrupt, damage, or gain unauthorised access to computer systems and networks.
A security incident where sensitive, confidential, or protected information is accessed, disclosed, or stolen by unauthorised individuals.
The process of quickly and effectively addressing and mitigating the impact of security breaches or cyber incidents to minimise damage and restore normal operations.
The systematic approach of planning and implementing strategies to restore critical business operations and data after a major disruptive event or catastrophe.
Overall security posture
The collective strength and effectiveness in safeguarding its assets, systems, and data against potential cyber threats and attack.
Following the Workshop, a report is generated, highlighting the findings, recommendations, and a roadmap for strengthening the organisation’s cyber security defences. This information is crucial for the organisation to proactively address vulnerabilities, mitigate risks, and maintain a strong and resilient cyber security posture.
Disclaimer: While Codestone is committed to conducting the Cyber Security Workshop to empower its customers with valuable insights and strategies, it is essential to clarify that Codestone will not be held liable for any consequential breaches that may occur during or after the Cyber Security Workshop.