Many organizations are facing a series of universal security effectiveness problems. A lack of talent, time, and experience has led to a vicious cycle of continually responding to incidents only as they are discovered. Unfortunately, today’s weaknesses are tomorrow’s threats; and in order to strengthen any environment’s security posture it’s crucial to move beyond reactive and into a proactive state of security. Join us as we discuss tips on how to move beyond a reactive state and begin to find opportunities for proactive improvements.
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Every organization is tasked with the constant challenge of managing risk and trust. Trust is essential in business -- trusting employees, software, customers, etc. Risk is constant and necessary and equates to the relationship between capital at risk and earnings at risk. What do you have to lose in the wake of a breach (customer data, employee data, etc.); are you trusting and investing in the right people and technologies to keep it safe? Hackers already exist in the corporate environment, whether you like it or not. Inviting them proactively introduces more reward.
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Seemingly from nowhere, the concept of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) has gone from a fairly obscure term – first coined by Gartner in late 2019 - to a philosophy dominating the conversation in 2021. Undoubtedly accelerated by the huge shifts brought on by the 2020 global lockdown, SASE has caught the attention of professionals working across the IT, network and security landscape as they prepare their post-pandemic strategies.