Do Your Part - Be Cyber Smart!
Since its inception in 2004, nations across the world have been promoting Cybersecurity Awareness every October with the purpose of educating both individuals and organisations on how we can all do our part to navigate the security challenges brought on by living in a technology driven world.
For organisations, having a resilient cyber security posture is easier to achieve and maintain when security awareness training for employees is made a priority, security best practices are implemented and company policies are regularly reviewed.
This page acts as an educational resource hub to provide the latest resources to stay cyber aware and the best tools available for assessing organisation cybersecurity posture. You can also contact us at Renaissance for more information and advice.
Part one of this blog series discusses the role of the employer in enhancing company security.
In part two we explain how to maximise employee security awareness and lower the risk of human error-related cyber-attacks and insider threats.
In the final blog, learn how MSPs can protect clients from ransomware with better human risk management.
We discuss what is often the most overlooked aspect of cybersecurity in organisations today - the supply chain and third-party solutions.
In September 2020, Renaissance published a series of multiple-choice, high-level questions designed to probe organisation’s OT cyber security posture. The survey results demonstrate there is work to be done across all industry sectors.
Free Cybersecurity Awareness Tools
Panorays Third Party ROI Calculator
See the cost benefits of managing your third-party security with Panorays.
Panorays Vendor Security Quiz
Find out what’s missing in your third-party security process.
usecure Free Phishing Simulation
Measure how vulnerable your staff are to modern phishing attacks in minutes.
Articles, Reports and Whitepapers
Barracuda: Cybersecurity awareness and IoT security
This article discusses the exponential growth of IoT devices and the security issues presented by the 'smart city' model. Read more to learn how you can make your devices as secure as possible.
For most schools a firewall-based blocking device is used to enforce boundaries but sadly, there will often still be holes in the defences, whether intended or not.
Recent supply chain attacks such as Kaseya, Accellion, and SolarWinds have illustrated that when it comes to vendor breaches, it’s not if, but when. While it’s impossible to predict cyberattacks, there are key steps that you can take with your vendors to determine if you might be at risk. Read the blog to learn more.
This free guide explains everything you need to know about effective cyber training, including the role of human error, how to keep staff security-savvy from home, the essential training topics you need to include and how to start driving secure behaviour from today!
This short whitepaper provides recommendations on how to avoid the pitfalls of starting your organisation’s security training journey, helping you to maximize the impact of your efforts.
Barracuda: PhishLine Simulation Overview
usecure: Why is it the perfect fit for MSPs?
We work with our partners to deliver solutions and services to make your clients and customers IT environments more secure and compliant and future proof these solutions by tailoring these to suit their needs and requirements. Renaissance and our suite of security vendors and partners are ideally placed to work with industrial organisations to help analyse current security systems, design a way to improve them, and deliver the improvements over time. Starting with the most critical systems and vulnerabilities. Learn more.
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