Security Hygiene 101

Many users believe that data protection falls squarely on the backs of their company’s IT department. However, in today’s modern workplace, data security is a broader team effort that includes everyone across an organization, because end user security is critical to safeguarding the business.


Despite this shared responsibility model, a recent report from S&P Global Market Intelligence
stated that among respondents who had experienced a ransomware event, “only 13% reported
that their endpoint security measures had interrupted the attack, and only 8% said their network
security defenses had done so.” So, for an organization to be effectively protected, it must
embrace well-organized company-wide security hygiene and security management best practices.

This eBook explores how successful defense against bad actors starts with basic security hygiene and posture management.

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