The recent, troubling international news means uncertainty is becoming more certain. With this in mind, how sure are you about your company’s cybersecurity and the effectiveness of your crisis communication plan?
This concern has been realized and taken seriously by the highest levels of government; now, the concern is considered high alert. A public notice has recently been issued by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) which prompts all organizations to review the current joint advisory on Understanding and Mitigating Russian State-Sponsored Cyber Threats to U.S. Critical Infrastructure. The goal: to address past cyber attacks attempts, warn of impending cyber threats, and help companies reduce their risk. The advisory has been issued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Security Agency and Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).
In summary, here are four practical steps to implement now:
In an emergency, whether you run a small business or a large enterprise corporation, you need to be on top of what’s going on. In the event of a cyber attack on your IT systems, you’ll need a way to immediately communicate to your employees, stakeholders and vendors with a multi-channel; emergency mass notification system that exists outside of your current infrastructure, like RedFlag. It will deliver real-time alerts and critical information to those that need it most, help coordinate resources, and help keep people informed on the status and safety of your team.
If a security breach happens, you’ll be able to protect your people by giving them updated, authentic information and direction. Immediate, effective communication can help limit interruptions, reduce further trouble, and help keep your business online. At this most critical time, your current internal systems may be the very thing impacted and rendered useless. Leveraging a communication solution that resides outside your environment could be key to your ability to communicate, coordinate and ultimately restore your business back to normal.
Benefits of a RedFlag emergency alert system in the event of a cyber attack:
In addition, RedFlag’s emergency alert system can also be used to communicate during:
Take one look at the current news headlines and you’ll know that your company’s emergency alert system should be top notch and up and running right away.
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