Minimum Security Baseline
Minimum security baselines are standards for all systems in the network, ensuring that they meet a set of minimum requirements to avoid risking the entire network. These baselines will enable organizations to implement systems in an efficient and standardized manner. At Detox, our specialized team CIS and DISA standards to make sure all standards are met.
Availability and vulnerability of infrastructure devices to session management and DoS attacks – everything is checked for security holes. We protect your backbone network, limit data encapsulation, and secure data routing.
Creating a Minimum Security Baseline and maintaining the standards is an ongoing process. It requires the support and help of different departments within your organization. Being one of the best cybersecurity consulting firms, our senior IT team ensures that both technical and high-level security standards are met while we create achievable baselines. We ensure to check all the documentation of your OS composition and functions so that you are well covered.
So, How Do We Do It?
We are defining security standards for multiple service providers and implementing more efficient use of technical support to users where the systems already meet the defined configurations, which narrows the risks.
We establish minimum baseline standards for a system or device, properly documenting and classifying them according to the type of server, desktop workstation, network, or security device and its role.
Our cybersecurity solution provider will define new standards that will be finalized and approved by the IT management team, then published and shared with IT professionals and the entire organization to mitigate threats to your organization.
Comprehensive assessment and testing are performed with a new baseline configuration concerning your organization's testing machine. This will allow you to identify problems and ensure that your configuration will result in a functional system or device so that you can avoid costly downtime.
What Is Secure Baseline?
Baseline security is the bare minimum of what a business needs to sufficiently protect itself from vulnerabilities and threats while still being able to work efficiently and effectively. Or “the set of minimum security controls defined for a low-impact, moderate impact, or high-impact information system. It’s not difficult to organize a standard set of policies, procedures and solutions to implement solid baseline security.
What Is a Security Assessment?
Establishing a security assessment of any kind should be an important component of baseline security measures. It is vital that originations within the rapidly growing digital age know how well they are currently protected against cyber-attacks or know how well they are following the rules of new regulations.
What is Endpoint Protection?
Endpoint protection has become an essential inclusion in baseline security controls. Antivirus and antimalware solutions (Bitdefender, for example) help keep malicious threats from assaulting client systems. Enabling multi-factor authentication is also recommended to prevent unauthorized access to accounts, files, and networks.
What Is Email Security?
Email security refers to various cybersecurity measures to secure the access and content of an email account or service. Proper email security can protect sensitive information in email communications, prevent phishing attacks, spear-phishing, and email spoofing and protect against unauthorized access, loss, or compromise of one or more email addresses.
What Is Backup and Disaster Recovery?
Backup and Disaster Recovery are vital components in your business continuity plan. Some organizations mistake backup for disaster recovery. But as they may discover after a serious outage, simply having copies of data doesn’t mean you can keep your business running. To ensure business continuity, organizations need a robust, tested disaster recovery plan.
We, at Detox, provide cybersecurity solutions to give you more visibility and protect your data. Our solutions will set the highest standards for your privacy and security controls.
“The application layer attack surface continues to grow in size and complexity, with nearly 30 percent of breaches analyzed in the most recent Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) involving an application layer attack. And since finding and retaining staff who possess the IT cybersecurity skills required to deal with these realities seems to be a universal problem for companies of all sizes.”