It is no secret that a well-defined, tested and implemented cybersecurity program is an essential function for the stability of business operations; however, there are many variables to consider. Rapid advances in technology have changed the dynamics of informed decision-making with the best option often being to introduce a newer technology into the market, rather than a “tried-and-true” solution. This departure from traditional best practices leaves organizations vulnerable. They will not have the ability to properly gauge not only the current level of security, but threats that will be encountered going forward.
Often these threats are . . .