Cybersecurity Review and Readiness Program

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Bob Simpson, Chief Information Officer, Finley & Cook and Chris Faria, Tribal Gaming & Hospitality Magazine, discuss how Tribal casinos can protect themselves against ransomware attacks through cybersecurity assessments.

Without the right planning, your organization could easily be crippled by a cyber-attack. Days or weeks of costly outage can be avoided though. With our help, you can prepare quickly, and rest easy. You will be confident knowing you can recover from ransomware and other cyber-attacks.

According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST):

“Organizations without dedicated cybersecurity professionals should consider establishing relationships with third-party cybersecurity service providers to assist in improving their protection against ransomware and preparing to recover from ransomware attacks.”

Experience Matters

Finley & Cook, PLLC has years of experience auditing accounting, banking, gaming, and regulatory compliance. Our security staff is led by Bobby Simpson, who holds the ISC2 Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), GIAC Certified Pen Tester, Incident Handler, and Intrusion Analyst certifications. Our staff can help guide you in preparing your organization to withstand cyber-attacks. Finley & Cook provides a Cybersecurity Review and Readiness Program, which will assess each of the elements on this list in detail and provide a prioritized list of recommendations related to weak areas.

Ransomware is Striking at an Increasing Rate, and with Disastrous Consequences for Organizations Just Like Yours.

Modern advice from governments and security professionals involves trying to prevent attacks, but also preparing for the unfortunate likelihood that someday an attack will be successful. What follows is a high-level list of considerations that every organization needs to have well under control to be prepared for a ransomware attack. Putting the time in before an attack will save lots of downtime when the inevitable occurs.

  • Do you have a list of your data?
  • Is your staff trained?
  • Do you have technical protection?
  • Do you actively manage your systems?

View the complete cybersecurity & readiness checklist

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