Corporate boards and audit committees are taking a greater interest in cybersecurity and plans to mitigate related risks. Headline-grabbing data breaches are prevalent. Shareholders and oversight bodies are concerned about the potential impact to their organizations’ financial well-being and reputation.
Today, cyber adversaries are well-organized and well-funded, and they are more able to enter commercial and governmental organizations than ever before. No company has the capability and capacity to prevent all attacks. The only way to operate securely is to assume a breach has occurred, is occurring and will occur. This requires “complicate, detect and respond” mindset when developing and automating controls.
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