As The Investment Center (TIC) continues to invest heavily in cybersecurity and remain focused on protecting data, we have recently created several cybersecurity informational pieces.
This document is an overview of TIC’s responses to the core categories of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework. In addition, this piece outlines TIC’s methods for protecting sensitive data and securing all physical and electronic systems. This overview will allow internal and external stakeholders to review TIC’s current security measures. TIC is committed to safeguarding client data by continuously reviewing its current security policies and methods by researching and responding to the ever-evolving cybersecurity threat landscape.
This document is a condensed version of the overview that highlights the key points in the NIST framework.
In order to protect sensitive data, you should utilize basic account information security practices. This includes implementing strong password policies, employing a password manager, having a secondary credential authentication system, staying abreast of potential security risks and trends, and having strong device security policies in place. By applying the following safety measures, you may decrease the likelihood of falling victim to compromised user credentials or devices.