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Protecting email systems and networks from cyber threats such as phishing, spam, malware, and ransomware. This is achieved by implementing a combination of technical, administrative and physical security controls.
Some of the key email cybersecurity measures include:
- Email filtering
- Email encryption
- Anti-phishing and anti-malware
- Two-factor authentication
- Security awareness training
- Intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDPS)
- Virtual private networks (VPNs)
- Access control
- Network segmentation
- Vulnerability management
- Network monitoring
- Security information and event management (SIEM)
EXPLORE YOUR RISK
Network security risks: This includes risks associated with unauthorized access to a network, such as hacking and malware infections.
Data breaches: This includes risks associated with the unauthorized access, use, or disclosure of sensitive information, such as personal data or financial information.
Operational risks: This includes risks associated with the failure of systems or processes, such as power outages or natural disasters.
Compliance risks: This includes risks associated with non-compliance with laws, regulations, and industry standards, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Reputation risks: This includes risks associated with damage to an organization’s reputation or brand as a result of a cybersecurity incident or breach.
Business interruption risks: This includes risks associated with the disruption of operations as a result of a cybersecurity incident or breach.
To identify and evaluate cybersecurity risks, organizations can use several methods such as:
Risk assessment: This is a process of identifying and evaluating the risks that an organization faces.
Vulnerability scanning: This is a process of identifying vulnerabilities in systems and networks.
Penetration testing: This is a process of simulating an attack on an organization’s systems and networks.
Business impact analysis: This is a process of evaluating the potential impact of a cybersecurity incident or breach on an organization’s operations and finances.
Compliance auditing: This is a process of evaluating an organization’s compliance with laws, regulations, and industry standards.
By identifying and evaluating cybersecurity risks, organizations can take steps to mitigate or eliminate those risks and protect their assets, operations, and reputation.