The federal government and private-sector industries — from healthcare to finance and banking—adhere to different regulations governing the types of data requiring protection and how that data is safeguarded. Having a solid enterprise security framework in place significantly improves the likelihood of privacy procedures and policies being followed, Michalsky said.
According to the white paper, the five steps required to secure an enterprise are:
- Establish security framework
- Cyber analytics
NJVC Cyber Dashboard
™ addresses the complex challenge of maintaining constant vigilance against real-time threats, such as advanced persistent threats, while identifying zero-day exploits and other intrusion attempts. This completely customizable monitoring tool provides an integrated view of the entire enterprise, and can provide alerts when unusual activity occurs. Since the monitoring occurs in near-real time, a potential threat is visible at the earliest possible time, which increases the chances of mitigating or eliminating the threat before it can negatively impact the enterprise.
"Cyber Security: The Importance of Cyber Analytics" and all other NJVC white papers can be accessed at
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