Housekeeping, landscaping, tax preparation, and automobile services are all best left to the experts. Private individuals outsource because it saves time and money, and businesses do the same. The top reasons companies outsource are to lower operational and labor cost, and to focus on their core business functions.1 Outsourcing relieves the pressures of large monetary investments in equipment, technical expertise, and workspaces. However, outsourcing changes the business risk landscape because of increased use of third parties and threats via their ingress/egress paths. The enterprise remains responsible for the security of its assets, irrespective of who . . .
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United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- What Is Coming out of Your Network?
- Read This Before You Get Hacked Again
- Restoring Trust in Healthcare
- The Need for a Cybersecurity Neighborhood Watch
- Automating Cybersecurity Using Software-Defined Networking
- The Roots of the IoT Forest
- The Nomad Project: Targeting Security and Availability Issues in the Cloud
- Can Employee Behavior Indicate an Insider Threat?
- Maryland Cybersecurity: We Are Many, We Are One
- Reinforcing the Links to Strengthen the Chain: Vendor Risk Management
- The Changing Tide of Enterprise IT
- What’s Next for Cybersecurity in Maryland?