Optiv's Six Forces of Security Strategy

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Download Through thousands of engagements with leading organizations, Optiv has identified six essential forces that come into play when building a secure environment. These forces, both internal and external, have significant impact on security strategy. Awareness and monitoring of these forces is essential to reducing risk, responding to change and anticipating threats. Optiv's Six Forces of Security Strategy can guide you as you consider the relative weighting of these forces and their influence on your security journey. CISOs should embrace Optiv's Six Forces of Security Strategy; and CIOs, CEOs and boards should ask their CISOs to do so if they haven't already.

Download this white paper to learn more about the internal and external forces that impact security strategy.

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