Weathering an Insecure World

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Download Information security is in the midst of a major shift. What had been a purely technical, defensive, IT problem is now a whole-organization risk management problem. As the industry undergoes this wholesale shift in mindset, enterprises are struggling to catch up. Gone are the days of installing a few defensive products to feel relatively secure in its perimeter and would be understood by its investors, partners, and customers to have taken adequate precautions. The sophistication of threats and the breadth of attack surfaces have increased in a way that means sensitive information is always at risk. As that realization spreads throughout the industry, it is bringing with it an understanding that defense, while necessary, is no longer sufficient. In this white paper, learn how to approach the information security solutions with a risk management mindset.

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