A modern misconception that lasts today is cybersecurity only impacts your business. In fact, cybersecurity affects everyone’s business. While enterprise organizations are often targeted, the consequences of an attack can significantly damage people and their lives. In our connected world, breaches and hacks have far-reaching implications.
It starts with an understanding of the current state of your environment and, specifically, your security posture. When you’re looking at the other aspects of what makes an organization vulnerable, both understanding and then reducing what those risks are equally important. These risks will vary from organization-to-organization and from sector-to-sector.
From there we'll help you develop a security program that supports your organization’s business goals with an outcome-based approach that considers threats and risks. The goal should be reducing risks to the organization without getting in the way of the business.
Shifting from a traditional cybersecurity to a cyber-resiliency strategy is an understanding that it is not possible to fully prevent the onslaught of phishing, ransomware, malware, identity fraud and advanced persistent threats hitting their networks on a regular basis.
Instead, security strategists are now adopting a bend-but-don’t-break approach: Detect attacks as quickly as possible and respond decisively to limit disruptions.