Plan to Your Need and Budget
In a world where news about cyberattacks and hackers regularly makes the headlines, community-based organizations are not immune.
Data breaches are getting bigger, hackers are getting savvier, and the amount of compromised data is unfortunately on the rise. Take precautions to mitigate your risk, because it's less of a question as to whether you'll be attacked, but when. The Alliance protects organizations in three core ways:
Monitoring, Vulnerability Scanning, and Penetration Testing
Without continuous monitoring and evaluation, your organization doesn’t have a complete picture of risks and attack vectors. Take a proactive approach to keeping your organization’s data out of harm’s way. The Alliance offers support for common security activities including operational monitoring, vulnerability scanning, and penetration testing. These threat detection solutions can comprehensively identify and evaluate the security and business risk poster of your organization.
Automated Security Awareness Training Program for Staff
Twenty-seven percent of data breaches are caused by human error, meaning a talented and dedicated employee unknowingly clicked on or opened an infected document or link. Your employees are frequently exposed to increasingly sophisticated social engineering attacks. Through the Alliance’s partnership with KnowB4, we can help you educate your staff to be more informed, resilient, and secure. Our comprehensive approach integrates baseline testing using mock attacks; interactive web-based training and testing; and continuous assessment through simulated phishing, vishing, and smishing attacks. KnowB4 has been recognized as the leader in 2018 Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for security awareness computer-based training for the second year in a row.
Cyber Liability Insurance
Through our partnership with Brown & Brown Insurance of Lehigh Valley, the Alliance offers an exclusive cyber liability insurance product. This exclusive coalition cyber liability insurance has been tested against all major competitors and offers lower pricing, lower deductibles, and the broadest coverage available in the market, with 24-hour customer service and IT security experts on staff, not just insurance personnel.
As cybercrimes become sophisticated, firewalls and training are no longer enough. A comprehensive risk insurance plan can protect not only your proprietary information, but disruption in service, cyber extortion, digital asset restoration to name a few.