We live in a world where employees are almost twice as likely to expose corporate data than they were prior to the pandemic. As a result, organizations have been struggling to solve this problem with legacy solutions such as DLP and need a dedicated Insider Risk Program instead.
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Customers drive your business growth, but their trust in your brand depends on protecting them from fraud and cybercrime.
Studies have shown that customer churn rates are 3.9% higher for businesses that have suffered a customer data breach and 35% of consumers use false details when creating accounts - because they...
Within the last few years, digital transformation and Cloud services have increased the
complexity of IT infrastructure, making you reliant on multiple third
parties to keep your data safe. The threat landscape has also increased in breadth and depth with more
attacks, more kinds of attacks and more targeted...
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a global impact on lives and businesses.
Expanded use of video conferencing and online services has enabled remote
workforces to continue operations. However, the need to quickly respond and
adapt to the situation may have caused some organizations to overlook security
In today's IT environment, one of the biggest risks to a corporation's valuation is a security breach. Security Vendors make wide claims about the effectiveness of their products - making it almost impossible to identify the right vendor for your security needs.
From scanners and traditional pen tests to bug bounty...
When it comes to a breach and exposed data, a Digital Risk Protection program represents a way to reduce the potential damage. Tyler Carbone of Terbium Labs outlines the essential elements and use cases of a mature DRP program.
In 2019, Alpine Capital Bank wanted to quickly understand its state of cyber maturity and quantify the potential impact of priority cyber risks. Management's goal was to calculate its financial exposure and improve cyber posture based on the findings. Alpine turned to Axio for a solution.
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Companies that measure cyber
risk using "high, medium, low,"
or "red, yellow, green" have
essentially no visibility into their
real financial exposure.
Such qualitative approaches do not
give CEOs the information they need
to know how and where to invest to
minimize their risk effectively.
As cyber events continue to increase in volume, frequency, and impact,
protecting your organization must be a top priority. To optimize your company's
preparedness to address cyber risks, you need industry guidelines to drive
your cybersecurity program forward, using an assessment against guidelines
Reporting Cyber Risk is More than
a Traffic Light
Using "high, medium, low" or "red, yellow,
green" to measure cyber risk is not enough.
This method is outdated, unreliable and
insufficient. CEOs and other C-Suite
executives require an approach that helps
them decide which cyber controls -...
As technological presence expands in organizations, the risk of cyber events will continue to increase.
Cyber risk management should be treated as a top priority. Organizations often use assessments to
capture a snapshot in time, but it can be used for much more. Assessments can provide organizations
How do organizations protect themselves against lateral movement?
"The State of Security Segmentation" Report summarizes the results of a survey of over 300 IT professionals conducted by Virtual Intelligence Briefing (ViB) to understand how companies segment today and what difficulties they face.
"Risk acceptance" was the operative term as organizations quickly deployed remote workforces in response to the global crisis. But now, as this deployment becomes a long-term option, enterprises need to take a future-focused view toward identity, cloud, and the attack surface. Forcepoint's Homayun Yaqub offers tips.