As cyberattacks and ransomware attacks are on the rise, establishing and maintaining a strong cybersecurity protocol is key to keeping your business safe – but many organizations don’t know where to start. This is compounded by the challenges presented by hybrid work from home/in-office setups.
- How hackers can use the weakest point in your network to target your business
- Review the different categories of cybersecurity protection you need to keep your business safe
- What expertise you need in-house vs. what you can hire out
- What tools help you reduce the man-power required, while strengthening your cybersecurity stance
- How to strengthen your cybersecurity infrastructure to prevent ransomware attacks
- What to do if you are the victim of a ransomware attack
- How you should test your infrastructure, applications, and users and at what frequency
DeepSurface was founded with a mission to fundamentally transform vulnerability management. Sick of vulnerability scanners, threat feeds and network policy tools that only provided insight into one part of a company’s cybersecurity risks or were just lists of regulatory check-boxes that didn’t actually reduce the risk of a company getting hacked, industry veterans and co-founders Tim Morgan and James Dirksen wanted to create a product that could provide a comprehensive picture of a company’s complete threat landscape. It had to be quick, efficient and accurate, and make it easy to communicate risk to regulators, auditors and non-technical executives.
Founded in 2017 and launched to the public in 2020, during the heart of the pandemic, the ambitious DeepSurface product uses automation to speed vulnerability analysis and prioritization, so cybersecurity teams can better identify, remediate and communicate cybersecurity risk and better protect their organization from attackers. For more information about the DeepSurface product, click here.