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Assess and review the business’s web assets, including domains, websites, hosting accounts, and social media profiles. Determine ownership, control, and ensure they have all the necessary access and administrative rights.
Verify the software licenses owned by the business and ensure compliance with licensing agreements. Identify any unauthorized software usage or potential cost-saving opportunities.
Develop a comprehensive disaster recovery plan to ensure business continuity in the event of a cyberattack, hardware failure, or natural disaster. Identify critical systems, backup solutions, and recovery procedures.
Evaluate the business’s IT policies and procedures, including password management, data access controls, and employee training programs. Ensure compliance with industry regulations and best practices.
Provide training sessions or workshops to educate business owners and employees on IT best practices, cybersecurity awareness, and data protection.
Evaluate the business’s IT infrastructure, including hardware, software, networks, and servers. Identify vulnerabilities, outdated systems, and potential security risks.
Assess the business’s data security measures, including firewalls, encryption, antivirus software, and backup systems. Identify weaknesses, vulnerabilities, and recommend improvements to protect sensitive data.
Review the business’s IT expenses, including software subscriptions, hosting fees, and service contracts. Identify redundant or unnecessary expenses and recommend cost-saving measures.
Assess the business’s utilization of cloud services, such as cloud storage, SaaS applications, and cloud infrastructure. Review security measures, data ownership, and cost-effectiveness.
Assist in managing relationships with IT vendors and service providers. Evaluate vendor contracts, negotiate terms, and ensure the business is getting the best value from its IT investments.
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Risk Identification and Analysis
Continuous Monitoring and Improvement
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- According to the 2020 Cost of Insider Threats Global Report by Ponemon Institute, the average annual cost of insider threats for organizations was $11.45 million.
- The report also states that insider incidents caused by negligent employees or contractors increased by 47% from 2018 to 2020.
- The IBM Cost of Data Breach Report 2020 revealed that the average total cost of a data breach was $3.86 million.
- The report further highlighted that breaches caused by malicious attacks took longer to identify and contain, resulting in higher costs compared to breaches caused by other factors.
Employee Misuse of IT Assets:
- A survey conducted by CyberArk found that 50% of employees would access sensitive information if they knew they wouldn’t get caught.
- Another study by Accenture reported that 69% of employees would share passwords with colleagues to grant them access to restricted systems or data.
- According to the 2020 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, stolen or compromised credentials were responsible for 80% of hacking-related breaches.
- The report also noted that weak, stolen, or reused passwords were involved in 80% of social engineering incidents.
These statistics highlight the potential impact of IT asset misuse and IT access credential misuse on businesses, including financial losses, reputational damage, and increased vulnerability to data breaches. Implementing strong security measures, conducting regular IT audits, and providing ongoing employee training on data security and access management are essential steps to mitigate these risks.