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What to Consider When Developing a Cybersecurity Strategy
In a world where devices of all types are connected to networks, the need to maintain strong cybersecurity is greater than ever. For organizations, particularly those that retain financial and other sensitive company and customer data, cybersecurity is critical, as the results of a network breach could be catastrophic. Like any IP-based technology, physical security devices and systems can also be vulnerable to breaches, but there are a number of actions you can take to reduce that likelihood. One of the first steps is to develop a written cybersecurity strategy that can be used to ensure that all devices comply with company policy. With regard to the specifics of this policy, there are a number of factors that will come into play, such as compliance with industry and government regulations and standards, such as GDPR, ISO 27001, PCI and others. It is also important to ensure that physical security devices are aligned with standard risk-management tools and practices like the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.
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