Privacy and Data Protection

Cybervigilance in Establishing Security Cultures

By Mark Lanterman[1][2]

Given our technological landscape and ever-increasing dependence on interconnected devices, it is an unfortunate reality that where we gain convenience, we lose security. From spear-phishing campaigns that seek to compromise the human element of security to ransomware attacks, organizations are now tasked with implementing reactive and proactive strategies to counteract cyber threats and risks.

Cybervigilance is a cornerstone of strong security cultures. Developing a culture of security within an organization requires a combination of proactive and reactive cybersecurity measures, including top-down management support, asset prioritization, well-documented communication channels, incident response planning, regular security assessments, and employee education.

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