Cyber Security Basic Training

In this eBook, we will explore some of the basic ways that businesses of all sizes can keep their computer systems safer. While it is impossible to say that a system can never be breached, if you deploy some basic steps to help protect your system and your data, then you are far less likely to experience a breach.

  • Application patching
  • Anti-virus protection
  • Basic computer safety - including programs, ports, and services
  • Track where sensitive data resides and where it is going
  • Remote-access software

John Christly

John Christly is the Global Chief Information Security Office (Global CISO) at Netsurion, a provider of remotelymanaged security services for multi-location businesses. He is an MSI Senior Fellow™ and has many years of experience in technical and cybersecurity related operational, project, and program management both domestically and internationally. He holds various certifications including the ISC2 CISSP, PMP, Certified Fraud Examiner, AccessData Certified Examiner, HIPAA Security Specialist, Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, and is a Florida Licensed Private Investigator. His experience includes several industry regulations including HIPAA, HITECH, GLBA, FERPA, FCPA, FIPA, and PCI DSS. He formerly served as the CISO and HIPAA Security Officer for Nova Southeastern University in Florida. He was also the co-founder and CEO for OMC Systems, a Florida-based cybersecurity advisory firm. John led IT security and was the HIPAA Security Officer for Memorial Healthcare System, a multihospital public healthcare system. He also served as the Chief of Security Officer for eTERA Consulting, a forensics and eDiscovery firm located in Washington, D.C. As an accomplished author and blogger, his articles have appeared in publications such as Security Magazine, Executive Insight Magazine, 24/7 Magazine, and the ISSA Journal and he is frequently quoted in industry news sources. He is also a frequent speaker at international, national, and regional healthcare and security events.

A brand's security is only as strong as its weakest link.

When it’s all said and done, your brand is everything, and it’s what your customers say it is, which comes down to brand experience.

A single vulnerable location puts the entire brand at risk of reputation and revenue loss. And if a breach occurs, it may be a catastrophe that could be hard to recover from as a brand and business.

It’s not easy for a large brand with hundreds or thousands of locations to become and remain PCI compliant, but Netsurion is here to help. Part of our unique process includes Brand Guard, which is our answer to proper network security, resilience, and PCI compliance adoption. It includes a personalized communication plan and rollout strategy led by a team of change management and communication experts.

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