Cyberhealth Plan

Sleep better at night with a plan to mitigate the risk of cybercrime at your small or medium-sized organization (SMO).

We help small and medium-sized organizations like yours break down the components of a comprehensive cybersecurity program and culture into manageable steps. Our clients grow in confidence in their organization’s ability to manage cybersecurity risks over the course of their twelve-month plan.

Our Cyber Advocates work with clients like you to create a plan to improve their cyberhealth, measured by the SensCy Score™. Our strategy is based on the framework provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Why does my organization need a Cyberhealth Plan?

We know our clients are busy running their businesses, so we don’t expect them to implement all of our recommendations on the first day of our services. Instead, we’ll work with clients to customize a cyberhealth plan that address all aspects of their cyber practices over a 12-month period. The plan provides your organization with a clear roadmap to improved cybersecurity and a higher SensCy Score™.

What will my cyberhealth plan look like?

Each organization’s cyberhealth plan will look different, depending on the results of their SensCy Score evaluation. Check out the graphic below for a glimpse at a SensCy cyberhealth plan.

Your customized roadmap to improved cybersecurity

Implement Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) should be implemented for all users, including contractors and privileged users. MFA provides enhanced account security by adding an additional layer of protection.

Structure Company Backups

A structured backup system is a critical part of a robust cyber security architecture. SensCy recommends that your SMO identifies its critical data, where it is stored, and how it is managed. We recommend that ALL company data is stored on Microsoft OneDrive at all times.

Roll out Employee Cyber Awareness Training

Mitigating the risk of human error via employee cyber awareness training will also mitigate your organization’s cybersecurity risks. SensCy will release a new training video every other month on your organization’s Cyberhealth Dashboard.

Enforce Security Updates

Software updates often include security patches that fix known vulnerabilities in the software. By enforcing updates, software providers can ensure that users are protected from the latest threats and that their systems are not left exposed to potential attacks.

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