Empower your cyber defenses with a customized risk reduction strategy and design
Helping organizations to identify their cyber and compliance risks and work alongside them to strengthen their cyber resilience.
Fear no threats
Reduce security risks by identifying and minimizing exposures
Evaluate your organization's security risks, prioritize resources, and implement effective strategies to mitigate potential threats.
Meet and manage your compliance requirements.
Create a clear, actionable plan to enhance your cybersecurity posture.
Bringing the expertise to help organizations with cyber risk and resilience
Devise an actionable plan to overcome any threat
Build a comprehensive strategy and roadmap to update and mature the security program by understanding the current state, defining the future state, creating or updating the strategy, and defining the roadmap including resource allocation, timelines, dependencies, and process enhancements.
Learn how we help build a complete unified security program that aligns security with business goals
Our cybersecurity expert shares the importance of a roadmap to help you prioritize and set the right objectives
Manage and improve your governance, risk, and compliance program
Combining AT&T Cybersecurity’s in-depth knowledge and expertise, your GRC outlook can be changed from a reactive posture to be able to anticipate cybersecurity risk by aligning to business drivers and managing compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standard frameworks.
Have visibility into your cybersecurity maturity and cyber risk across the organization
Transforming your program necessitates a cross-functional view of your enterprise’s security capabilities and is aimed at adapting to the ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape and staying ahead of emerging risks. Maturing your program helps build trust with customers, partners, and regulators.
Comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and enhance your overall cybersecurity posture
Whether your organization needs a comprehensive PCI Assessment or a Trusted Advisor to provide ongoing support and guidance to stay current with the latest security threats, industry best practices, and PCI compliance requirements, AT&T Cybersecurity’s PCI Qualified Security Assessors (QSAs) can help you protect your customers' sensitive payment card information, reduce the risk of data breaches, and maintain a robust security and compliance program.
Learn more about our security solutions for Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance
Safeguard your data throughout its life cycle
Build security measures that protect your data, based upon its criticality to the business, using criteria that reflect how and where you work while maintaining and utilizing data assets effectively and responsibly. These processes involve the establishment of policies, processes, and technologies that ensure data is accurate, consistent, secure, and available for use by authorized individuals throughout the data lifecycle.
Implement strategies and measures to protect your supply chains
Supply chain security requires a multi-disciplinary approach and collaboration across the business, as well as a multi-layered approach of governance, visibility, and monitoring. This will help to ensure the integrity, availability, and resilience of the supply chain, enabling the timely delivery of products and services while minimizing disruptions and potential losses from cyber threats and attacks.
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Lower your risk with a comprehensive toolkit
Identify your security risk posture
Understand and manage potential threats effectively, minimizing risks to your organization while achieving business resilience
Get the full picture
Holistic approach of governance people, processes, and technology
Gain a trusted advisor
Working with our Cybersecurity experts with years of experience to build your security strategy and transform your program
Focus on the future
Enable the business by aligning security, IT, and business drivers and continually maturing cybersecurity capabilities and risk visibility
You have questions? We have answers.
How often should we conduct a cybersecurity risk assessment?
Cyberthreats shift constantly. That’s not FUD; simply reality. The short answer is that how frequently you need to test sits in direct proportion to how many safeguards you’ve built into your network, and extended to your broader environment. Regardless of how you’ve built your network and related safeguards, it’s recommended that you periodically get an internal or external third-party to test your systems to identify gaps and misconfigurations you may have missed. Having a third-party, like AT&T Cybersecurity, that brings a fresh perspective and expertise is critical in finding those little details that often go unchecked.
How long does the assessment process take?
A security risk assessment is a formal method for evaluating an organization's cybersecurity risk posture, and the time it takes to conduct a full security risk assessment varies by your organization’s size and complexity. Risk assessments for smaller or less complex organizations may be completed in less than a week, while those for larger, more complex, or highly regulated organizations can take significantly longer. Comprehensive security risk assessments take stock in business objectives, existing security controls, and the risk environment in which the business operates. When done well, the assessment identifies security gaps in existing controls as compared with industry best practices. Assessments then prioritize opportunities to close the gaps based on the significance of the cyber risk to which they expose the business.
What is a cyber resiliency plan?
To be effective, a cyber resiliency plan must use the foundation of a thorough understanding of the cyber risks your enterprise is likely to face—including both internal and external threats.
Cyber resiliency plans aim to help maintain an appropriate state of preparedness to prevent or ameliorate the effects of a cyberattack. An effective plan should include how the enterprise can maintain core business function during an attack, as well as how the organization will restore its critical functions in a timely fashion.
In addition, an effective plan should provide for applying the intelligence gained during the attack to enable the organization to build additional resilience into its network.
How do active defense mechanisms work?
Active defense enables organizations to identify potential intrusions before attackers can establish a presence within your network. It provides crucial techniques that slow attackers and makes it difficult for them to infiltrate or undermine applications, networks, and systems. It also offers vital threat intelligence data that allows organizations to understand attacks and prevent similar future events.
To be effective, an active defense employs offensive tactics to slow the attack and prevent the attackers from advancing through your business networks. In addition, these techniques can also force the attackers to expose the nature of the attack vector.
Why is strategic governance essential?
Strategic data governance includes data integrity, data security, availability, and consistency, and should also include the people, processes, and technology that help enable appropriate handling of data across your organization.
In order to protect against threats, organizations must know what data to protect and how to help keep it safe. It begins with knowing what data you have, where your data is, how it is used, who it is shared with, and how.
What is included in the incident response plans?
The incident response plan gives a structure or guideline to follow to reduce, mitigate, and recover from a data breach or attack.
In effect, the incident response plan serves as a blueprint—outlining the steps to be followed when responding to a security incident. Ideally, the plan should include guidelines and processes your security team can follow so threats can be identified and eliminated. When used effectively, the plan is an essential tool for minimizing damage caused by threats, such as data loss, loss of customer trust, or abuse of resources. A robust plan can enable your company’s team to respond quickly and more efficiently against any type of threat.