Does Your Cybersecurity Need a Checkup?

You can’t afford to overlook your cybersecurity and insurance!

CTI offers Microsoft solutions to ensure the very best cyber posture. Solutions include:

  • Azure Backup and Immutability
  • Azure Regions
  • Azure Site Recovery
  • Microsoft 365 Compliance
  • Microsoft 365 Defender
  • Microsoft Authenticator
  • Microsoft Defender Antivirus
  • Microsoft Intune

From important files to on-premises systems, Azure Backup is your go-to for securely backing up data and retrieving it when needed from the cloud-based Microsoft Azure platform. Azure offers two immutable storage policies: time-based retention policies and legal hold policies, guaranteeing your data is protected from deletion and replacement.

Do you know where in the world your data is stored? With Azure Regions, you can be sure—knowing that your information and files are secured. This solution breaks down how your virtual machines work within the Azure platform.

Outages happen, with Azure Site Recovery you’ll always have a plan in place to keep you up and running. Whether the inevitable happens, or you’re testing your systems, your applications can continue to go the distance—no matter the circumstances.

What if you could be scored on your company’s data compliance? With Microsoft 365 Compliance you can do that and more while having seamless access to resources that ensure your company’s cyber health is on the right track.

Stop cyber threats on your company’s data before they happen with Microsoft 365 Defender. With automatic security features that track the safety of your information, your data will be in the best hands.

Sign-in to your Microsoft-based accounts with your fingerprint, your cellphone, or a special pin to safeguard all your online accounts and Microsoft apps with Microsoft Authenticator.

Working with Microsoft Defender, this solution doubles down on protection when it comes to your devices and data. Together, they analyze algorithms, datasets, and potential threats to strengthen your security measures.

Be in control of how your employees access your company’s data on their various devices with Microsoft Intune. The cloud-based service allows you to manage every detail—including who can access, edit, or even send data—when it comes to laptops, tablets, smartphones, and more.

From important files to on-premises systems, Azure Backup is your go-to for securely backing up data and retrieving it when needed from the cloud-based Microsoft Azure platform. Azure offers two immutable storage policies: time-based retention policies and legal hold policies, guaranteeing your data is protected from deletion and replacement.

Do you know where in the world your data is stored? With Azure Regions, you can be sure—knowing that your information and files are secured. This solution breaks down how your virtual machines work within the Azure platform.

Outages happen, with Azure Site Recovery you’ll always have a plan in place to keep you up and running. Whether the inevitable happens, or you’re testing your systems, your applications can continue to go the distance—no matter the circumstances.

What if you could be scored on your company’s data compliance? With Microsoft 365 Compliance you can do that and more while having seamless access to resources that ensure your company’s cyber health is on the right track.

Stop cyber threats on your company’s data before they happen with Microsoft 365 Defender. With automatic security features that track the safety of your information, your data will be in the best hands.

Sign-in to your Microsoft-based accounts with your fingerprint, your cellphone, or a special pin to safeguard all your online accounts and Microsoft apps with Microsoft Authenticator.

Working with Microsoft Defender, this solution doubles down on protection when it comes to your devices and data. Together, they analyze algorithms, datasets, and potential threats to strengthen your security measures.

Be in control of how your employees access your company’s data on their various devices with Microsoft Intune. The cloud-based service allows you to manage every detail—including who can access, edit, or even send data—when it comes to laptops, tablets, smartphones, and more.

Cyber-attacks are more frequent than we’d like to admit, but with the proper protocols and precautions you can be prepared and armed for unplanned cyber threats against your data. It’s important to know what security features your business has in place in case of a breach. If an attack does occur, your insurance company will reference a “checklist” that details your security offerings.

We’ve provided a Sample Cybersecurity Insurance Checklist below to help you determine the condition of your company’s cyber posture—so you don’t have to stress about high premiums or insurance approval that’s not guaranteed.

If you find yourself still worrying about your security status, contact CTI! With our Microsoft solutions, we can ensure you’re prepared for life’s “what ifs.”

Sample Cybersecurity Insurance Checklist

Are you able to check “yes” to all of these sample questions?

Do you require Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) in order for employees to access email via the web?
Is your incoming email filtered for malware and phishing attempts?
Do you regularly conduct end user security awareness training?
Do you backup all electronic data daily?
Have you tested your ability to restore your backups in the past 6 months?
Are all your backup sets inaccessible directly from endpoints and servers?
Is Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) required to access backup files?
Do you maintain at least three separate copies of your data in at least two different geographic locations?
Do you require MFA to login as a domain or network administrator?
Do you segment or departmentalize sensitive data on a business “need-to-know” basis?
Are all your endpoints protected by a modern Anti-X platform including technologies such as EDR / NGAV products with active support subscriptions?
If you allow remote user access to your network, is it secured by a VPN, and do you require MFA?
Do you have a Disaster Recovery Plan, or a Business Continuity plan, and do you test it annually?
Do you encrypt all sensitive and confidential information stored on mobile devices and on storage devices or mediums used in transit to and from your network?

Sample Cybersecurity Insurance Checklist

Are you able to check “yes” to all of these sample questions?

Do you require Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) in order for employees to access email via the web?
Is your incoming email filtered for malware and phishing attempts?
Do you regularly conduct end user security awareness training?
Do you backup all electronic data daily?
Have you tested your ability to restore your backups in the past 6 months?
Are all your backup sets inaccessible directly from endpoints and servers?
Is Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) required to access backup files?
Do you maintain at least three separate copies of your data in at least two different geographic locations?
Do you require MFA to login as a domain or network administrator?
Do you segment or departmentalize sensitive data on a business “need-to-know” basis?
Are all your endpoints protected by a modern Anti-X platform including technologies such as EDR / NGAV products with active support subscriptions?
If you allow remote user access to your network, is it secured by a VPN, and do you require MFA?
Do you have a Disaster Recovery Plan, or a Business Continuity plan, and do you test it annually?
Do you encrypt all sensitive and confidential information stored on mobile devices and on storage devices or mediums used in transit to and from your network?

Don’t Put Your Cybersecurity on the Backburner.

CTI is here to help you protect your company against even the most complex security threats with our Microsoft solutions. Contact us today to learn more.