Wipfli cybersecurity resource center
With new cyber threats rising, enhancing your cybersecurity is more important than ever before — but where you start all depends on how mature your information security program is. Take a look at our cybersecurity resources to help determine your organization’s needs.
Captive insurance may be the solution amid rising cyber claims
Cyber insurance has gotten more difficult to obtain and can be prohibitively expensive. Find out if the captive insurance approach could work for you.
How CEOs can be proactive in cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is one aspect of business where you can’t afford indifference or complacency. Here are four ways CEOs can foster a proactive rather than a reactive approach to cybersecurity.
30 tips in 30 days e-book
No matter where your organization’s information security program is in its maturity, you can benefit from Wipfli’s 30 cybersecurity tips. Download our e-book to learn everything from who cybercriminals are targeting, to what methods they’re using and how you can help protect your business.
What should you look for when selecting a penetration test?
Penetration tests help you validate your controls, improve your security and mitigate risks. But not all pen tests are created equal. Learn their ins and outs before you start looking for a provider.
What is MDR, and do you need it?
Cyber insurance carriers are encouraging organizations to use solutions like MDR, EDR and XDR. Discover answers to questions like: What are these solutions, what are their differences and how are they different from anti-virus programs?
What is a red team exercise, and how is it different from a purple team exercise?
If you regularly get good cyber assessment results, it might be time to level up to a red team or purple team exercise. Explore how red teams and purple teams level up your security, what the difference between them is, and when you need one or the other.
What is zero trust, why do you need it and how do you get it?
Networks and systems were designed from the beginning to trust all users and transactions. But with rising cybercrime comes a big need to implement zero trust concepts. Learn what zero trust is, and how you can incorporate it.