Organizations today face an unprecedented number of security threats, and the risks will only increase as employees, customers and partners embrace new trends and innovations on their road to digital transformation.
These changing and growing threats mean that traditional security methods – techniques that defend the enterprise with moats and walls and monitor for things that go bump – are no longer enough to protect the enterprise.
Furthermore, manual processes, cross-team hand-offs and siloed point solutions hinder the ability of security teams to efficiently respond to attacks or assess and remediate vulnerabilities. A lack of business context for the affected service or resource further exacerbates the problem by treating all threats equally. And this makes it difficult for security teams to identify and focus on high-priority attacks that have the greatest impact on the business.
While it’s impossible for organizations to answer the question, “Are we secure?” most businesses also…
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