Secure your business to earn trust from customers and the Board
The threat landscape continues to grow, and will only become more complicated. The more connections we create, from humans to machines to IoT-enabled devices and beyond, the more vigilant IT leaders must become of the perils of unprotected connections.
As enterprises become more open, mobile, and distributed, as their users become more connected to a wider array of devices and digitised services, IT leaders must anticipate the entire attack continuum, reduce time to detection and identification of anomalous activity.
Simultaneously, IT leaders – as data owners and data controllers – must understand their liabilities and opportunities within new regulatory environments that specify how the lifecycle of employee, partner and customer data and privacy ought to be handled.
The business needs assurance that a security failure won’t risk the survival of the organisation. Get your cybersecurity posture right and you’ll be rewarded with the trust of both the Board and your customers. And with the right approach, you’ll be able to spend more time focusing on unlocking new innovation and growth instead.
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When it comes to cyber security, think like a bouncer
Announcing the 2019 Cisco Data Privacy Benchmark Study
Data Privacy is having a big year. We all know about GDPR, and the work that many countries have done to pass or update their own privacy laws to align to the GDPR framework. But what impacts are these efforts having on organisations’ day to day operations?