Software and tech companies often have more to lose from a cyber attack than companies in other industries. The most valuable and vulnerable assets of software and tech companies are usually their digital assets. This includes the client lists, proprietary processes, contracts, code and intellectual property that your company’s foundation is built upon.
Mid-sized software and tech companies are often savvy enough to understand the risks but may not have the resources or bandwidth to be able to handle an attack. Every company has its own unique challenges when handling cyber security concerns but there are general considerations and guidelines for software and tech companies.
Join Alliant Cybersecurity experts Jon Murphy, Vice President of Cybersecurity, and Associate Director Chase Richardson, for a complimentary presentation highlighting the risks specific to software and tech companies, regulatory requirements and the eight risk-mitigation strategies they should implement:
- Proper Audit/Assessment Procedures
- Organizational Policies
- Awareness Programs
- Personnel Training
- Scanning & Patching
- Multi-factor Authorization for Remote Connections
- Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Exercises
- Backups & Testing
This presentation is vitally important to any business owner that cares about protecting their clients and their business from cybercrime. We hope you’ll join us.