For your customers, identifying and quickly securing against modern cyberthreats is paramount—especially as they adopt digital transformation strategies to better meet the needs of their consumers. Unfortunately, cybercriminals are also moving at an increasingly rapid pace by continually innovating and evolving to exploit new attack vectors.
Securing today's complex and continually shifting IT infrastructures requires a meshed security framework that allows all security functions to communicate, collaborate, and coordinate between themselves using common semantics and syntax regardless of where they are deployed, as well as offering a framework that supports the automation of each and every security operation.
Trained and experienced cybersecurity professionals are increasingly difficult to hire. To close this skills gap, organizations must change their approach to education and training. Learn how organizations can be proactive in bringing new cybersecurity professionals up to speed.
To help mitigate the risk of a successful attack, agencies should maintain and consistently update their cybersecurity hygiene. The best practices listed above will help make effective security hygiene possible without compromising defenses against high-priority threats.
To adequately protect networks and the IoT, organizations require a broad security architecture that can span networked environments, powerful security tools that can dynamically segment IoT devices while inspecting their encrypted traffic at network speeds, and deep integration between security solutions to correlate threat intelligence and automatically respond to detected threats, anywhere across the distributed IoT network.
As work and home networks become more intertwined, everyone must be aware of the security hygiene best practices that will minimize risk, data leakage, and non-compliance. Get tips and best practices on how to practice good cyber hygiene, even at your remote workplace.
Today’s CISO responsibilities are shifting toward business enablement and digital transformation. Learn how CISOs can successfully adapt to these changes without compromising security posture.