The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has issued an advisory, encouraging Australian organisations to enhance their security posture. With the increase in third party attacks, phishing, and credential compromise, organisations need to implement tools and systems that protect against these attacks.
- In light of the log4j vulnerability, it’s more important than ever to ensure that your applications and devices are patched and updated.
- Implement tools and processes to mitigate phishing and spear phishing attacks. Be sure to discuss the importance of not clicking on suspicious links or opening attachments without vetting them first.
- Ensure that your company’s logging and attack assessment systems are up to date and functioning, so should an attack occur your organisation can gain critical information and insight into the attack.
- Brush up on your organisation’s incident response and continuity plans and be prepared to act should an attack occur.
Regardless of your industry or the size of your business, implementing cybersecurity measures is a critical business practice. Our CREST-certified team can prepare your business for cyber threats, implementing systems and plans to enhance your security posture. Contact us to learn more.