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Cyber Risk Mitigation Planning

We recognize the importance of cyber security risk management plan for your organization. This should reduce the potential impact of cyber attacks.  Cyber Risks arise from variety of devices in this connected world. MasonBlue offers you risk planning with appropriate actions to mitigate the risks and vulnerabilities in your enterprise, or to accept the outcome based on an informed risk / reward analysis.

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Protect your assets

Cybersecurity risk planning and mitigation prevention is top priority above other operations, especially in the current cyber-world.  IT enterprise security risk assessments are needed to allow organizations to assess, identify and modify their overall security landscape and to enable security, operations, organizational management and other personnel to collaborate and view the entire organization from an attacker’s perspective. This process is required to obtain organizational management’s commitment to allocate resources and implement the appropriate security solutions.

Cyber Risk planning for your organization


  • First thing, to understand how safe is your environment, from hardware, networks (both from wired and wireless perspective), is your wireless environment secured?, authentication is set as per industry standards or best practices?, Data loss prevention, security and backup are setup?, required software updates, antivirus, malware, ransomware protection are setup?,  Compliance based on your industry and technology is met?, Analyze all the established protection features and identify any upgrades or login for your audit reporting?..list goes on. 

  • In order to have an effective cyber risk mitigation strategy, you should take steps to manage cyber breaches before. Today's world is so dynamic, while you are taking care of identified areas and  steps to prevent them, there could be few new could be happening. 

  • Next, Establish a cybersecurity compliance standard and data use policy for all employees

  • Recognize potential threats, and the many forms they come in like phishing and ransomware

  • Keep your work secure by using passwords with at least six characters, one of which should be a special character and it should also include at least one capitalized letter. Update these passwords at least every 30 to 60 days

  • Teach employees to detect and report suspicious behavior

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