White Paper: ReliaQuest
In today’s world of never-ending cybersecurity threats, companies need to be greater diligent than ever in protecting their data from external and internal threats. How an enterprise responds to a breach is critical – the truth is an ill-conceived response strategy can have long-term, damaging consequences for an enterprise. Cyber incidents and their response must usually be regarded holistically and not just as a digital or technology issue. A coordinated response needs to include technical expertise, legal knowledge, and public relations, and companies must have an incident response plan in the region before any breach happens. It is impossible to prevent all cyber incidents, but an organization can manage their reaction and reduce fall-out.
This white paper contains valuable insights into the evolving threat landscape and includes recommendations that will help you be better prepared for the security challenges your organization faces now and in the future.
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What are the new approaches to security that makes the best use of tools and individuals?
What are the challenges of designing technology products that must utilize one code-base to solve problems for many organizations?
Why the existing security teams can’t perform to their fullest capabilities?
An examination of the typical security considerations for enterprise IT decisions
What is Overly Managed Security ?
In today’s ever changing and fast-paced world, cybersecurity poses a big threat and the biggest challenge of all may be how to rethink their approach. In the last few years, the cybersecurity market has exploded with tools, techniques, platforms, and service providers that are there to help solve a problem.
What is Security Engineering ?
Security engineering is a term that is concerned with building systems that remains protected even if some error occurs. It has a similarity to systems engineering. Similar to systems engineering, its motivation is to make a system that meets the requirements but this adds an extra layer of security in the whole process.
What is Log Management ?
In todays digital world, computers generate large volumes of log messages which usually comprise of audit trails, event logs, audit records, etc. Log management collects all these data and aggregates the volume into a centralized log. These centralized logs have long-term storage and retention.