Leading a company requires confidence
Are you confident in your cyber security plan?
Cyber threats are still here. The good news is, so is FASTLANE. We care about protecting your business and we know manufacturing. Which is why we have aligned our cyber security program with your business. We can work with you to help protect your business and protect Ohio jobs. How we can help:
- Unbiased advice and recommendations
- State subsidies to get compliant and protect your business
- Vetted service providers that can provide:
- Ongoing monitoring
Common Types of Cyber Security Threats
Ransomware is a malicious software that threatens the victim’s data. Typically the attacker will threaten to either block access to data or publish the private data publicly unless a ransom is paid.
Malware is a software that is designed to damage your computer and/or data. Malware needs to be installed on the computer is some way…often without the user knowing. This means that an attack could be happening and your data could be vulnerable and you would not even know. In fact, malware can live within your computer systems, servers, and networks for months before creating damage that would cause it to be discovered.
Social engineering is an attack that tricks a user into disclosing private information.
Phishing is when an attacker tries to gain access to private information by pretending to be someone they are not. This is commonly used in emails. An example is when a user is asked to sign into their bank account but the link to the website is not the real bank.
- NIST 800-171
- NISTIR 7621 – Information Security for Small Businesses
- NIST Handbook 162 – Guidance on implementing NIST 800-171
- NISTIR 8183- Cybersecurity for manufactures
- NIST CyberSecurity Framework
- The Latest Threats from the National Cyber Awareness System