It Sounds So Obvious, But Reality Paints a Different Picture!⠀ ⠀ The Number one question I get asked each day as a daily practicing cybersecurity professional is: “What can we do to stop these attacks?” or worse: “How fast can we recover from an attack?”⠀ ⠀ As the post title says, it may sound “Obvious”, but unfortunately the vast majority of organizations out there are not properly prepared and ultimately pay for it. ⠀ ⠀ Investments in #cybersecurity are truly a journey and not a destination as growing attack surfaces and new and more sophisticated attack vectors make things increasingly difficult. Getting hit is a foregone conclusion…be prepared!⠀ ⠀ The #1 prevention tip is hire experienced motivated people or a technology partner with real-world experience in high-tempo environments on the front lines or both. Buying security solutions from a big box website or a pure reseller may seem cost-effective, until you experience that attack and then they can’t help and you suddenly are left with all non-sound options and leadership asking you what’s next?⠀ ⠀ Having a security partner like #Netsync that knows the threat landscape and actually remediates things like ransomware and breaches only a daily basis is critical when all you chips are in and you are holding a pair of deuces. ⠀ ⠀ Be prepared!
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Mark Lynd (CISSP, ISSAP, ISSMP), Head of Digital Business at Netsync is Top ranked global thought leader, author, speaker and practitioner for, AI, Data Center, IoT and Cybersecurity. He has been an accomplished enterprise CIO, CTO, CISO and Board Member for several large organizations. Mark has performed speaking and thought leadership engagements for Oracle, Intel, IBM, Cisco and others. He was named an Ernst & Young’s "Entrepreneur of Year – Southwest Region" Finalist and presented the Doak Walker Award on ESPN’s CFB Awards Show to a national television audience. He served honorably in the US Army’s 3rd Ranger Battalion & 82d Airborne.