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Cybersecurity for Enterprises

Guides to enhance cybersecurity in your business

Lesedauer: 1 Minute


In a time of increasing digitalization and growing cyber threats it´s crucial that all businesses -- small or large -- are aware of their risks related to data protection, privacy, and cybersecurity, and take measures to reduce them.

Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment for Small and Medium Enterprises
This tool helps Small and Medium-sized business enhance their cybersecurity maturity level and provide them with an adaptive progressive plan to handle cybersecurity risks.

Cybersecurity guide for SMEs - 12 steps to securing your business
This short guide provides SMEs with practical 12 high level steps on how to better secure their systems and their business.

Publication Boosting your Organisation's Cyber Resilience
ENISA and CERT-EU strongly encourage all public and private sector organisations in the EU to adopt a minimum set of cybersecurity best practices.

CSIRTs Network - Security Guidance
list of security best-practices made available by CSIRTs Network members
(different languages)

Shields Up | CISA
The US nation’s cyber defense agency, CISA recommends all organizations -- regardless of size -- adopt a heightened posture when it comes to cybersecurity and protecting their most critical assets and gives guidance how to ensure the organisations´cyberresilience.

SME cybersecurity best practice quiz
The "SME cybersecurity best practice quiz" is specifically designed to help companies’ staff to increase awareness about basic security guidelines to be applied in their day-to-day routine. By answering a set of questions through a quick and straightforward online self-assessment, SMEs can easily understand where they stand in terms of their cybersecurity posture.

Secure Backups
3-2-1 rule to safeguard data by ENISA

Ransomware is malware that locks your computer and mobile devices or encrypts your electronic files. When this happens, you can’t get to the data unless you pay a ransom. The “No More Ransom” website is an initiative with the goal to help victims of ransomware retrieve their encrypted data without having to pay the criminals.