So firstly I have to say I don’t condone or encourage drinking!! Right, now that’s out of the way….
My wife bought me a selection box of Whitley Neill Gin for my birthday. Not only did I think the picture of the different coloured bottles was really cool (yes I’m a bit strange!) but it made me think of turning the flavours of Gin into a little bit of Cyber Security education. Clearly I need to get out more….
Question where your data is stored and who has access to it.
Respond quickly to any alerts you get from security products and teams. Seconds really do count.
Parma Violet Gin
Protect your accounts and make sure your use Multi Factor Authentication (MFA).
Benchmark and test the products and subscriptions that you have. So many people are paying for multiple products that do the same thing.
Blood Orange Gin
Bulletproof solutions do not exist, multiple layers of defence should be adopted (Defence in Depth).
Organisations and individuals need to understand their 3rd Party Risks. Alternatively, are they a 3rd Party Supplier? So a potential risk to others.
Pink Grapefruit Gin
People are not always the weakest link. They can also be the strongest link and asset to protecting data and organisations.
Rhubarb & Ginger Gin
Roles & Responsibilities should be clear so everyone understands what they should do in the event of either a Cyber Attack or a Cyber Breach.
So if anyone is interested my favourite one is the Rhubarb & Ginger!!!
Thanks for reading and have a great weekend.