BPM Partner Sarah A. Lynn Discusses in SmallBizDaily
Some small business leaders question whether they have too much security for a business of their size. They ask, “Will hackers really try all these measures to infiltrate our company?” While there are appropriate amounts, there is no such thing as “too much.”
According to Sarah A. Lynn in her SmallBizDaily article, small business leaders need to understand what it is that needs protection. Is it a network or data, or perhaps the building and employees? Once they know what is necessary – as well as what could happen if their security fails – they can begin to discern the level of protection needed.
How much security is enough? Well, that varies in the business’s broader context. Altogether, however, too little security is always more of a concern than too much.
About Sarah A. Lynn
Sarah has more than 30 years of advisory experience within the IT security field. She works with an array of clients, both domestic and global, that require specific expertise when compliance and regulations transform into unexpected levels of security. Sarah’s expertise in the certification and authorization processes, control requirements and security monitoring capabilities enable her teams to prepare customers for the transformation ahead.
About BPM’s IT Security Advisory
BPM’s IT Security & Compliance practice provides guidance, support and honest feedback on clients’ readiness state throughout the entire audit process. We are here to help you prepare for an audit, performing everything from risk assessments to gap analyses to creation of supporting documentation. We have extensive experience in audit preparation and attestation for FedRAMP, ISO 270XX, GDPR, CCPA, SSAE 18 SOC 2 and HIPAA. Contact us today to learn more.