1 Review your ransomware response plan
Organisations need to have a ransomware response plan in place. This plan tells everyone in the organisation what they need to do if there is a ransomware attack.
2 Check your power supply
Availability is one of the three pillars of cybersecurity, along with integrity and confidentiality. If your systems don’t have power they are not going to provide availability.
3 Map data for better security and compliance
Organisations’ data uses should be documented so that it can be protected, and compliance data privacy requirements met.
4 Update server protection
It’s imperative for businesses to make sure that their servers are protected against outsider attacks.
5 Push IT security training wider and deeper
Organisations need training that is tailored to the specific needs and policies of their company,
as well as specific roles within the company
Experian Global Fraud Report 2018