Just because you are paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t out to get you. Let’s face it, businesses just like yours face a multitude of security threats everyday. Any they fend off, but sadly some they don’t.
The secret is to be prepared.
But with so many threats from so many sources, how can you be confident you have done everything within reason you can to keep your business secure?
Working together, the National Security Agency (NSA), SANS and the Council on CyberSecurity have identified and ranked the top twenty critical controls that every business should have in place.
The question now is, are you ready?
Find out what the questions are that you must address in order to find the gaps in your security before the attackers do it for you. Then go even deeper with our array of guides and resources to make sure your organization is protected.
Download this special publication here (PDF), or if you are in San Francisco to attend the RSA Conference 2014, stop by Tripwire’s Booth (3501) to receive a complimentary hard copy poster of the twenty critical questions to display in your office.
Also available as PDF download or in hard copy at Tripwire’s RSAC booth is a handy users guide for the Top Four Critical Controls, the foundation on which a robust network security risk management program can be built upon.
As an added bonus, stop by Tripwire’s booth to get your free customized t-shirt printed on the spot, and listen to an array of in-booth guest speakers we have lined up.
For the speaking schedule and information on how to obtain a free RSA Expo pass, see more details here.
- The Council on CyberSecurity on the Twenty Critical Security Controls
- The Executive’s Guide to the Top 20 Critical Security Controls
- Using the SANS Top 4 Controls to Measure and Reduce your Attack Surface
- SANS Twenty Critical Controls as an Information Security Standard of Care
The Executive’s Guide to the Top 20 Critical Security Controls
Tripwire has compiled an e-book, titled The Executive’s Guide to the Top 20 Critical Security Controls: Key Takeaways and Improvement Opportunities, which is available for download [registration form required].