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How Breach Simulations Can Assist with Compliance

Being compliant with your IT network is a requirement, but it’s also recommended to ensure your network is as secure as possible. There are many different components to consider when striving for compliance, and there are also many resources you can use to help get you there.

Incorporating breach simulations into your IT security strategy is one of the best ways to remain compliant. Some companies don’t have the time or resources to perform these simulations, but that is why managed network services are available. Here are some reasons why breach simulations are important and how they can help you become and remain compliant.

Compliance Requires A Proactive Effort

Striving for compliance in your company takes effort. But when you have the proper IT security services in place, you at least have the first step of maintaining a secure network for your business and your customers. Being proactive means utilizing the services available to you in order to prevent or minimize cyber attacks. This could be as simple as constantly updating your security software or running breach simulations occasionally.

Breach Simulations Identify Potential Issues

A breach simulation will tell you almost everything you need to know about your security practices and if you are close to being compliant. Many companies use the assistance of managed security service providers to perform these breach simulations and analyze the results. You’ll be able to see which holes need to be patched up, what information is most vulnerable, and most importantly, what you need to do to maintain compliance.

Develop a Plan of Action and Execute it

Having a plan of action is the first step in being compliant. Always having 24/7 tech support available gives you peace of mind knowing there is someone available to help you if something goes wrong at any time. The good thing about breach simulations is they help you develop your plan when you analyze what went wrong and what went right during the test. Develop a plan prior to the simulation and then execute the plan as much as possible so you know what adjustments need to be made.

Single Point of Contact provides various managed security services to small and large businesses. Being compliant means you have the best possible security protocols in place, and we want to help you get there and maintain those practices. Be sure to contact us to see how we can help in this area of your business.

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