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Securing Industrial IoT: Mitigating Risks and Ensuring Resilience in Industry 4.0
Discover the critical importance of IIoT security in Industry 4.0 and learn about the risks and challenges facing organizations. Explore the best practices for maintaining the safety and resilience of IIoT systems. Gain valuable insights and stay ahead of emerging threats with our comprehensive IIoT blog.
Securing IoT Devices: A Comprehensive Overview of the OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities
Dive into a comprehensive analysis of the OWASP Top 10 IoT vulnerabilities and learn how to secure IoT devices and ecosystems by addressing common attack vectors. Stay ahead in the rapidly evolving world of IoT security.
The Essentials of Security Operations Centers (SOC)
Discover the essentials of Security Operations Centers (SOC) in this blog, covering the importance, types, roles, key components, benefits, and challenges of implementing a SOC. Learn about Managed SOC services as a valuable solution to address these challenges.
Cyber Workforce Development
The Essential Role of SOC Analysts in Strengthening Cybersecurity
Discover the critical role of Security Operations Center (SOC) Analysts in protecting your organization from cyber threats, their key responsibilities, career path, certifications, and challenges faced by SOC teams.
IoT Security Challenges
Read our article on IOT Security. From ransomware attacks to bad actor vulnerabilities, learn about IoT security challenges and how manufacturers can design secure devices without sacrificing ease-of-use. Explore the security vulnerabilities of IoT protocols and the importance of secure implementation.
How much does it cost to get your CMMC 2.0 Compliance?
With CMMC 2.0 becoming mandatory requirements for DIBs by March 2023, it's crucial to budget and understands the CMMC cost components. Refrain from letting the cost of CMMC 2.0 Compliance hold you back. Consult a CMMC expert for a personalized action plan and budget. Read on to understand
CMMC Maintenance Domain
The Maintenance (MA) domain under CMMC 2.0 discuss maintaining organizational systems, equipment, media inspection, and personnel maintenance. It covers practices like performing regular system maintenance, controlling maintenance process, sanitizing equipment, inspecting media and ensuring security during non-local maintenance.
CMMC Personnel Security Domain
Personnel Security (PS) domain in CMMC focuses on prioritizing security when handling, maintaining, or dealing with Personnel. It covers practices such as screening individuals, analyzing actions and taking appropriate actions to maintain CUI. CMMC Level 1 requires no action, Level 2 requires a personnel security policy, records of screened personnel, and processes for personnel screening. Level 3 practices are yet to be determined. Read out to know details. Read to know more.
CMMC Incident Reporting Domain
Learn how to prepare for and handle unexpected incidents in this blog discussing the Incident Response (IR) domain of CMMC. It covers incident handling, reporting, and response testing, essential to ensure organization's safety during incidents.
CMMC Configuration Management Domain
The Configuration Management (CM) domain of CMMC covers crucial aspects of maintaining and tracking changes to organizational systems, and discussing related policies. Join us as we explore the practices within the CM domain and discover how to enforce Configuration Management within your organization and maintain the security of your organization's systems
CMMC Awareness and Training Domain
The Awareness and Training (AT) domain of CMMC covers security awareness and training for employees to ensure the safety of an organization against potential risks and threats. Join us as we explore the practices and discover how to enforce awareness and training within your organization.
The Importance of CMMC Consulting
Ensure your organization is protected with the help of a CMMC consultant. Learn about the role of a cybersecurity consultant in the CMMC compliance process and what to consider when choosing a consulting company. Discover the costs and other factors involved in achieving CMMC compliance.
CMMC Security Assessment Domain
CMMC Security Assessment (CA) Domain requires you to assess your organization's security, continue to assess it periodically, monitor it consistently, and create a System Security Plan
The Logical Components of Zero Trust
As defined by NIST SP 800-207: Zero Trust Architecture, the three core logical components of the ZTA are the Policy Decision Point (PDP), the Policy Information Points (PIPs), and the Policy Enforcement Point (PEP). Read the article for more detail.
Zero Trust-The Five Pillars of CISA Maturity Model
CISA Zero Trust Maturity Model provides a blueprint to help you continuously improve your security program. Taking a Zero Trust approach allows you to maximize the value of your security investment and mitigate cyber risk.
Zero Trust OMB Implementation Strategy
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released an implementation strategy for a Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) that outlines that the foundational tenet of the Zero Trust Model is that no actor, system, network, or service operating outside or within the security perimeter is trusted and anything and everything attempting to establish access must be verified.
CMMC Audit and Accountability Domain
The Audit and Accountability domain discusses the essentialness of system auditing, user accountability, audit management, and reporting. We will dive into these topics to get a better understanding of the requirements of this domain.
CMMC System and Information Integrity Domain
The System and Information Integrity domain discusses the importance of information system flaws, malicious code, and periodic system scans. Knowing how to deal with each of these areas is core to meeting the requirements in this domain.
Zero Trust-What is it, How to Implement and Get The Most From It
The Zero Trust methodology demotes trust by applying authentication and authorization from the edge, using intelligent security services that combine cloud computing and Information technology to enable new levels of defense. Let's understand ZTA in detail.
CMMC System and Communications Protection Domain
The System and Communications Protection domain discusses the protection of both your systems and their communications into focus. It includes the monitoring, controlling, and protecting of organizational communications and the specifics behind individual components that make up the domain.
CMMC Media Protection domain
The Media Protection (MP) domain brings up vital topics related to physical and digital media, and how it should be safeguarded, during storage and transmission.
CMMC Identification and Authentication
CMMC Identification and Authentication is amongst one of the 17 CMMC domains and serve as a stepping stone to later practices within CMMC. This post cover vital information regarding the domain practices.
CMMC Access Control
Access Control is one of of the 17 domains under CMMC that requires compliance with practices. Every Contractor looking to comply with CMMC, must ensure compliance to each domains. This article cover Access Control in detail.