The City of Baltimore’s recent ransomware incident not only caught government servers by surprise. It also jolted the industry as a stark reminder that cyber attacks can still occur where and when they’re least expected. Not the most comforting prospect—but are there constructive takeaways to be gleaned in the aftermath?
- How the Center for Internet Security’s Top 20 Critical Security Controls remains an effective guide for preventing cyber attacks—regardless of a company’s security budget
- The importance of educating all employees on the need for good cyber hygiene habits
- Taking a first-responder approach to dealing with a cyber attack, such as immediately bolstering IT staff
You can listen to the podcast here: https://www.rsaconference.com/podcasts/security-hygiene-gets-a-refresh-in-the-wake-of-baltimores-cyberattack.