Secure360: a cybersecurity improvement framework for broadcast and media companies
Broadcasters and media companies are becoming increasingly targeted by hackers who can disrupt business, steal assets, interrupt live playout and hold organisations to ransom.
Secure360 is a broadcaster specific framework designed to evaluate the cybersecurity defences of your organisation and answer the following questions:
We provide tools and services to address any issues raised by the evaluation to ensure your organisation is resilient both now and in the future.
Secure360 can be standalone, one of the steps associated with Discover360, or a component of Excel360.
Secure360 will identify cybersecurity risk and weakness in your organisation’s security capability. We will interview key staff in your organisation and review your current security defences; from that, we will align your current security capability against our Secure360 security framework.
This framework will show how you are matched against peer organisations and also show key weaknesses in your defence; from this, you will be able to:
Our specialist security partners have an extensive background in broadcasting and also decades of experience from operating in finance and government sectors where cyber resilience has been at the forefront of business practice.
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