Understanding the various facets of cybersecurity is crucial to guard against diverse attacks. The collaboration of the following components ensure comprehensive protection.


  • Application Security: 

Shielding software and hardware during application development, with regular updates to counter vulnerabilities, bugs, and potential exploits.


  • Information Security (InfoSec): 

Safeguarding data in various forms from unauthorized access, manipulation, destruction, or disclosure, ensuring data availability, privacy, and confidentiality.


  • Operational Security: 

Encompassing data security processes, including handling, access permissions, networking, data transmission, and storage.


  • Network Security: 

Securing networks against unauthorized access and external intrusions to maintain the integrity of internal networks.


  • Endpoint Security: 

Protecting remote access points from risks by raising user awareness and implementing necessary precautions.


  • Identity Management: 

Carefully managing user rights and access levels, employing 2-step security measures to prevent impersonation.


  • Disaster Recovery/ BCP: 

Developing policies (BCPs) outlining actions post-attack or data loss, incorporating off-premise backups for smoother business continuity.


  • End-user Education: 

Strengthening cybersecurity by educating users about best practices such as password changes, two-factor authentication, and secure remote connections.


  • Infrastructure Security: 


Covering physical aspects of computer infrastructure, including regulated power systems, robust physical security, and safety measures.