"Cybercrime averagely costs $29 billion annually to the Australian Economy."

The nation is ranked 5th in the number of exposed records and potential breaches. Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) receives nearly 164 cybercrime reports each day. All these statistics convey that a Cybercrime can be quite devastating to the SME’s. 

As the Cybercrimes are surging and its consequence is becoming powerful, government and industry standards seek to implement more strict laws and procedures. Being the trusted Cyber Security solutions provider, NSWIT Support always strategises to stay ahead of the changing requirements and manage risk. 

To significantly avoid or reduce the impact of Cyber-attacks, NSWIT Support follows a set of protocols and Cybersecurity compliance laid by the company under the guidance of ACSC.

What is Cybersecurity compliance?

Cyber Security compliance is following a program that is established by the service provider for risk-based controls to protect customers and data, networks and systems, and above all, businesses from infrastructure disruption. It is done to maintain the confidentiality and integrity of all the files and documents.

According to ACSC, every business must have its Cybersecurity compliance or should be attached to a service provider for better assistance. It is a firsthand protocol that the service provider delivers all across

Still, more than 77% of the organisations and companies do not have a Cyber Security Incident Response Plan. The statistic mentioned above communicates the fundamental strategy that is lacking in almost all businesses. With $7.68 million as an average cost of a single Cyber incident, there is an urgent need for all the companies to introduce or review their current cybersecurity strategy. 

Re-examine before it’s too late!

Why Cybersecurity compliance? 

It is reported that 43% of the business owners or designated department stay awake at night worrying about the organisations Cybersecurity. And if a business comes under attack, 60% of them go out of business within six months of being victimised. Companies do need cyber compliance now!

Due to complex and unique Modern IT Infrastructures, it requires a robust defence system to support and uphold. Hence, it necessitates over forming and following standard compliance to dodge any cyberattack.

The compliance assists in taking care of the business at each point.  

How do we support?

NSWIT Support, with its expert human resources, creates a personalised plan according to the business’s IT dependency and usage. We follow our protocols and procedures as a part of the compliance for businesses to grow without thinking on these external aspects. From our regular updations to consistent pieces of training, we act as a firewall to your organisation against cyber threats.

  1. Security Patch Updates 

    A default, safe, improved and a new version of the software is installed automatically on the computers/ mobile devices of the business, as and when they’re available. They improvise security, protects in real-time and enhances the efficiency of the software. We launch our automatic updates which continually upgrades the system and its defence system. We provide a robust Anti-Virus software which we monitor from our end and assist if things seem to be wrong. These softwares constantly update virus definitions to defend computers against new threats and make the whole process seamlessly user friendly. This antivirus will include spyware, adware and email attachment protection. 

  2. Automatic Backups.

    A default digital copies of your business’ important documents, files and information. All this data automatically is backed up into the cloud so that even if things go wrong in this digital world, your records would be readily available. We take care of the backup system and examine its working in frequent intervals of time. It is considered as a credible option for the peace of mind of the businesses. 

  3. Multi-Factor Authentication

     The multi-factor Authentication is a combination of passwords and proofs of the identity of the user that is laid as the security measure to grant access. These combinations may include biometric/fingerprint, retina, pin, secret question, card or token. It is considered significantly more powerful and robust enough to act as a defense system. The multiple layers of proofs of identity make it’s difficult for cyber attackers to hack.  

  4. Access Control

     Access control allows business owners to control or give access to limited or specifics. The authorities can limit the staff access and determine which roles require what access as per their needs. It minimises the unauthorised access of important information like networks, files, applications or sensitive data. It is more efficient in businesses that employ internal staff or outsourced staff. It restricts internal and external control to reduce the risk of an insider accident. 

  5. Moving to Phrase Password

     A phrase password is not just a word instead of a phrase for it to be the most effective out of all. This method is valuable if the passphrases are:

    • Unique
    • Longer
    • Easy to remember
    • A little difficult
    • Multi-factor Authentication involved
  6. Employment Training to Client

     Employees are generally the first and last line of defence against cyber-attacks. Human errors are prevalent in business, and as an organisation, the business owners must provide adequate guidance to its employees related to Cybersecurity. To keep both the ends, customers and business safe, training is a vital and essential mode to prevent cyber threats. We provide frequent training to the employees for their education and awareness of the cybersecurity incident response plan for proper accountability and safe utilisation

  7. Internal Security/Risk Audits

     We conduct internal security audits at frequent intervals of time to conform the clients’ cyber security management system according to the standards and fix, if found any non-conformity. These risk audits go through a deep examination and assessment, identifying and prioritising security risks due to theft, loss, unauthorised access, viruses and inappropriate disposal.

  8. Information Encryption

     One of our necessary protocols to prevent the data from hackers. There exists three ways through which files can be encrypted, that is, Hard-Drive Encryption, Data Encryption and File Encryption. All these encryptions have its own advantages to protect the data from Cyberattacks. These techniques are structured and built in a way to encrypt sensitive data. NSWIT Support is a trusted cybersecurity service provider, strictly following all the conventions at all times. We prioritise your business’ safety, no matter what. We create a contingency plan for continuity of business operations and recovery during an emergency. 

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