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Experiencing the Cutting Edge of Cybersecurity: Discovering What’s New for 2022


2021 posed enormous challenges for everyone as organizations, companies, and individuals adjusted to the new normal. In 2022, even more, emphasis will be placed on cybersecurity and data privacy than ever before. Cyberattacks are becoming more sophisticated, and threats will become even more significant. Companies must ensure that their cybersecurity and data privacy programs are properly implemented, maintained, and updated regularly to protect against potential threats.

As new technology emerges and the cyber landscape evolves, organizations will need to ensure they stay on top of the latest security trends and best practices. This includes continued education on cybersecurity topics, implementing proactive strategies to protect against cyber threats, and staying up-to-date with the latest security tools and technologies. It is also essential for organizations to have a comprehensive incident response plan in place in case a breach does occur. By taking these steps, businesses can better prepare themselves against potential cyber threats in 2022.


Challenges are brought forth by

  • The recent record-setting ransomware attacks.
  • The increasing threats are targeting remote workforces and supply chains.
  • New government regulations to meet the cybersecurity challenges, which make it more difficult for companies who are already struggling with their security measures put forth by this ever-changing environment.

The past year has seen a significant shift in how organizations operate due to the remote workforce and digital transformation. This has caused many companies to overlook specific security gaps in their incident response and business resiliency plans, creating a unique set of challenges. Studies have shown that organizations are feeling significantly strained by these changes, making it more difficult for them to keep up with the changing landscape of business operations and cyber resiliency.

With the threat of cyberattacks increasing, organizations will need to make sure they are prepared and have adequate security measures in place. This includes implementing robust access control measures, regularly patching systems, monitoring for suspicious activity, and ensuring employees are aware of cyber threats and best practices. Additionally, organizations should remain vigilant in their efforts by performing regular system updates, auditing infrastructure for vulnerabilities, and conducting penetration testing. With these steps in place, businesses can better handle any potential cyber threats this year.

  • One such study is the recently released World Economic Forum (WEF)’s Global Cybersecurity Outlook 2022 report, which shows that less than one-fifth (17%) of cyber leaders feel confident that their organizations are cyber-resilient.

After a year of analyzing this new threat landscape ourselves, we’ve reimagined all our cybersecurity and data privacy services to address these new threats and to provide companies with more insight to risks associated with your business, as well as the solutions to protect your business.

Here’s what’s new in cybersecurity services in 2022 that can help companies get cyber resilient and ahead of the new cyber threat landscape.

Updated cybersecurity services

We’ve made significant changes and additions to:

  • Secure24 Assessment
    • NCX Group’s Secure24 Cybersecurity Assessment can give you the guidance and insight you need to protect your organization in today’s digital world. For 2022 we have added Cloud Security Posture Management, Cyber Risk Scoring, Ransomware Susceptibility Scoring, and modeling for Breach and Disruption Finanancial Impacts.
  • MyCSO Managed Security Operation Services
    • NCX Group MyCSO provides the essentials for a modern security operations center. Our Concierge Security Team uses advanced machine learning and comprehensive, up-to-the-minute threat intelligence. It offers Managed Detection and Response, Managed Risk Management, Managed Incident Response, and Managed Cybersecurity Awareness Training.

We’ve added new stand-alone services:

  • Cloud Security Posture Management
    • NCX Group Cloud Security Posture Assessment helps uncover and address security threats in your cloud and container environments. By identifying undetected threats, we help protect your systems from misconfigurations, policy violations, and other risks.
  • Vendor Risk Management
    • The NCX Group VRM solution pinpoints and mitigates the risks associated with your vendors, saving you time, money, and headaches.  With our solution, you’ll see how each vendor operates, their security posture, and which ones have implemented sufficient controls. This gives you the confidence to outsource critical tasks to third parties without putting your business at risk.
  • GRC
    • Governance, Risk, and Compliance platform quickly and easily define internal control sets, perform assessments and manage risk across your entire organization.
  • Cybersecurity Awareness Training
    • Cybersecurity awareness training suits companies of all sizes. It features highly engaging micro-learning content based on real-world incidents, which helps everyone to avoid common mistakes that put their business at risk.

Additionally, we’ve added Threat Modeling:

  • Threat Modeling will quantify the potential financial impacts of a cybersecurity breach, ransomware attacks, and unexpected disruptions and downtime in your organization.

Everything is designed to provide you with more information on new and emerging threats so that you can adjust your defenses and plan more effectively.

To meet the cybersecurity challenges of 2022 and beyond, companies need a comprehensive plan that includes the right tools and services. NCX Group offers solutions to help organizations protect their data, including its Secure24 Cybersecurity Assessment and MyCSO Managed Security Operation Services.

Secure24 improves upon traditional security assessments by taking into account Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM), cyber risk scoring (CRS), ransomware susceptibility scoring (RSS) as well as modeling for breach & disruption financial impacts. MyCSO provides managed detection & response along with advanced machine learning & comprehensive threat intelligence. It also engages organizations in incident response, cybersecurity awareness training, and other activities designed to keep them ahead of emerging threats.

Finally, NCX Group’s stand-alone services, such as cloud security posture management (CSPM), vendor risk management (VRM), and governance & risk compliance platforms, provide valuable insights into new risks so businesses can adjust their defenses accordingly. By proactively investing in these resources, companies can better ensure they have the necessary safeguards to protect sensitive data in an ever-changing digital landscape.

If there is anyway NCX Group can help your business with cybersecurity, send us a quick email or book some time for a free consultation here: https://calendly.com/ncxgroup/


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