1. Review and update your security policy
Make sure your security policy is up-to-date and reflects the latest Department of Defense cybersecurity requirements.
2. Create an inventory of all systems and data
Catalog all of your systems and data, and assign a risk level to each one.
3. Assign a risk level to each system and data
Assign a risk level to each system and data based on the potential impact of a cyber-attack.
4. Develop an incident response plan
Create a plan for responding to any potential cyber-attacks.
5. Train your staff on cybersecurity awareness
Make sure your staff is aware of the dangers of cyber attacks and how to protect themselves and your organization.
6. Regularly test your security systems
Test your security systems regularly to ensure they are effective in defending against cyber attacks.
7. Use antivirus software and firewalls
Use antivirus software and firewalls to protect your systems from malware and other online threats.
8. Store data securely in the cloud or on-premises
Store your data securely in the cloud or on-premises, depending on your needs and preferences.
9. Make sure your website is secure
Ensure that your website is secure by using HTTPS encryption and other security measures.
10. Manage user access controls
Restrict user access to data and systems based on the principle of least privilege.