When it comes to network security, decision makers are fighting a multi-front war. It's easy to conflate risk management and security, but they're really two separate entities. On one hand, you need to improve your organization's overall security posture and defend against a broad range of threats, but that's only half the battle. You also have to manage financial liabilities like a DDoS attack bringing down a manufacturing plant, or a data breach exposing the company to legal action and compliance fees. All the while, new threats are emerging, security teams are overworked and understaffed, and leadership wants proof their investments are actually making the organization more secure. The list goes on.
In the face of such pressing headwinds, how do you effectively chart a course for your organization? Is a new tool the answer, or is another dashboard just going to complicate things further? Can cyber insurance help? How can you free up valuable cycles for your staff to investigate incidents? Join us for a panel discussion on technology, risk mitigation, and the various levers security leaders can pull to mitigate organizational risk and maximize network security postures.