For many years, cybersecurity teams have allowed technology to drive their strategy. However, sound security practices also depend on people having clear and repeatable processes to follow. As increasing business complexity clashes with the aftermath of a global pandemic, security leaders are discovering the critical importance of shifting their focus from tools that identify potential security risks to tools that truly reduce their risk. security and maintain this reduction over time.
A series of recent cyber attacks dispels any idea that is slow and constant the best approach to improving a company’s security profile. Think of the recent SolarWinds infraction, in which bad actors had more or less free access to government and business systems for months. Described by Microsoft President Brad Smith as the most sophisticated attack the world has ever seen, it showed that hackers can stay on your system for an extended period of time (in this case a year or more) with no sign or traces.
Could this happen to your organization? Do you feel, especially in recent times, that while your security is fairly tight, you could benefit from a more complete framework? Are you thinking of a general simplification in order to reduce cyber noise and focus on moving to a more offensive and proactive stance?
At the information session on June 16 Strengthen your defenses against increasingly sophisticated attacks by consolidating your security architecture, former Toronto City CIO Rob Meikle and Check Point security chief evangelist Grant Asplund will examine five ways companies can simplify their cybersecurity stance by consolidating. This session will be followed by a Questions and Answers on Cameras.
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