Cyber-security is the linchpin for your business

Cyber Security Is The Linchpin

Cyber Security in the era of Internet-of-things is a changing paradigm. According to recent study by Gartner, more than half of major new business processes and systems will include an IoT component by 2020. Cisco speculates that more than 50 billion connected devices will exist by 2020 which will definitely make our lives easier in some way or another but this calls for far more strong security measure as with more connected devices comes more number of attack vectors.

While more and more companies are shifting towards cloud and artificial intelligence, the level of cyber crimes is becoming more and more sophisticated. As per a recent report by Data Security Council of India (DSCI), India has been the second most cyber-attacks affected country from 2016 to 2018. Almost 76% organizations in India were hit by online attacks in 2018.

As per research, one of the biggest reason for the rise in security breach cases is that organizations do not incorporate cybersecurity in their digital transformation roadmap. According to a recent study by Frost & Sullivan, around 83 per cent of organizations in the Asia Pacific region do not consider cybersecurity while embarking on digital transformation projects.

Cyber Security Best Practices to keep your organisation safe:

  1. Follow the book: The basics of cyber security requires to patch regularly. To secure so many device’s is a big task. Hence implementing security patches in a timely manner is essential to security. The development opens up different channels of getting the devices connected and hence needs regular security update as well.
  2. An enterprise is at risk, so it is not only the CIO’s responsibility to keep the organization safe. Institutions to tune of government bodies must see and acknowledge the importance of securing the system. For eg: UIDAI has witnessed multiple data leaks in the past and given its multi-faceted usage in government schemes, security must be implemented on an enterprise level.
  3. Detailed network access policies. Given the number of devices, it is imperative that strong protocols are maintained on what information is accessible via which device. Granular enforcement can keep the access to sensitive data limited and controlled.
  4. Network segmentation and dynamic traffic: IoT device types, transport protocols will call for network segmentation policies. Thousands of dynamically configured network segments will co-exist.

It is inevitable that internet and IoT device usage will never subside. With ever growing number, cyber security must be addressed with utmost care. We, at Logix Infosecurity, deploy best platforms to keep your systems up and running. Cyber security is core of our operations and we understand the need of the changing times.


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