Is cybersecurity or cyber security (however you choose to spell it) an issue for your business?
To find out if you should be thinking about cybersecurity answer the following questions:
What percentage of your employees take a laptop, smartphone or tablet containing company information out of the office at night or on weekends?
Do you have a wireless network at your office?
Do you have a website for your business?
Is your company dependent on the internet for its day-to-day operations?
Would it be disruptive to your business if you lost internet access for 48 hours in a row during the course of your regular business week?
Do you handle any sensitive information and store in on a local hard drive or in the cloud including financial records, employee personal data, intellectual property, customer information or credit card data?
To assist you in the process of protecting your business the Kansas SBDC Cybersecurity Center for Small Business provides consulting in the following key engagement areas:
Evaluates your business’ capabilities for assessing security maturity and determining where sensitive data is located.
Assessment is best used not only as a starting point, but as critical check-ins or benchmarks throughout the life of a business. Things will change in your business over time. Cyber will be an ever-evolving process. Employees will come and go. Regular check ups in cyber defense can keep your business on track.
Evaluates your business’ capabilities for ensuring clients adopt best practices in cyber security that help them meet their compliance goals and requirements.
Kansas SBDC works to connect your business with businesses that bring the highest level of expertise in multiple areas of compliance.
Evaluates your business’ ability to develop processes around data management, data quality, data control, data access and risk management in order to manage data appropriately and with accountability.
Our workshops and workbooks can keep your business on point.
Cybersecurity Business Continuity Planning
Evaluates your business’ capabilities for defining a plan that ensures the client can continue operations if a cyber attack occurs.
Cybersecurity Disaster Recovery Planning
Evaluates your business’ ability to develop processes to determine extent of breach and cost, next steps in remediation or asset recovery process, and provides a road map for process improvements to prevent recurrence.
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Contact: Kansas SBDC Cybersecurity Center for Small Business | 785.350.6356 | email@example.com