Why deploy extra security layers to mitigate risks and limitations, when you can easily go for a Cost-Effective, Zero Trust and Assumed Breach approach?
This white paper illustrates how your organisation can benefit from the adoption of Cyber Resilient strategies, to guarantee business continuity even when your cyber security measures fail.
Although cyber security investments have been considerably increasing in the past years, the number of successful cyber attacks continues to increase steadily.
On the market side, cyber security vendors keep pushing their customers to deploy additional security layers, with the promise to eliminate cyber attack risks. Unfortunately such a massive and hectic layering of cyber security solutions, based on traditional strategies, is often either outdated in its foundational paradigms or even out of context. This leads to introducing more and more human management mistakes and vulnerabilities, due to the unsustainable increase in the complexity of security infrastructures.
The question is: “Why deploy so many extra security layers in an effort to wastefully try to mitigate risks and limitations, when you can easily go for a Cost-Effective, Zero Trust and Assumed Breach approach?”
Based on this simple, but disruptive combination, we will show the way to change the foundational paradigms applied to cyber security, while introducing Cyber Resilience as a newer and most effective strategy.