Defendify’s article on how businesses can use their strong cybersecurity program as a competitive business advantage was recently published on Business.com. And it’s even more relevant for cybersecurity providers – read our take on using your own cybersecurity posture to differentiate your business, and be sure to check out the original article on Business.com.
As a cybersecurity provider, you know the importance of setting your customers up with top-notch training, services, and technology products to protect against modern threats and improve cybersecurity posture.
But it can be tough to know what to evaluate – and when. So just how often should you be testing your customers’ network, systems, and people?
The Defendify team loves to volunteer in the community, and our most recent activity was at the Ronald McDonald House. The team stepped out of the office and into the kitchen to prepare a homemade meal for families staying at the local House right in our backyard in Portland, Maine.
While cybersecurity should be part of every employee’s job, some roles naturally carry more responsibility—Management and IT are two that certainly come to mind.
At the same time, so many elements of cybersecurity are truly human-centric, making it so important to consider the key role HR plays in keeping everyone safe and sound. The masters of employee matters have a few tricks up their sleeve – so how can business leaders lean on HR to help build a effective cybersecurity program and culture?