To keep customers safe: FSPL has always been customer centric and proactive in educating and keeping our customers informed about various checks adherence whilst moving from work from home to work from anywhere.
We are in regular touch with our customers and man-oeuvre our discussion on investing in solid technical infrastructure that will support their legacy and modern applications, their investments into identity and access management, in the cloud, in modernizing their network architectures and maintaining Security standards and solutions for more secure remote work in the longer term on connections and devices, operations and access and while co-ordinating internally and externally.
Safeguarding the customers and employees: As our customers and employees work remotely, our endeavour is to safeguard their IT systems from cyber attack and take imperative steps to protect them against cyber risks namely;
1. Assess core IT infrastructure regularly
2. Secure applications and devices
3. Embed cybersecurity into business continuity plans
4. Update access and security measures in short intervals
The upcoming threat: Deep fake is a combo of Deep learning and AI based technology, “Fake” which is used to alter images, audio, video etc.
With the world more connected by digital media and the costs for creating deep fakes slumping dramatically, this emerging technology can pose a serious risk. As workplaces have become virtual, due to Covid19, video conferencing and other digital tools pose a threat and an opportunity to be deceived.
At FSPL, we explore the benefits and risks of new technologies by applying a multi-disciplinary lens. We focus on preparing, protecting, detecting, responding and recovering all points of the security lifecycle and define a response in line to the threat. We are also prompt in preparing employee training and awareness, detecting false media at an early stage can mitigate the risk and adequately respond to such issues proactively.
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