This is not an org chart of your company:
It's a diagram of your security risks.
Confidence level toward
of corporate directors understand
and manage cybersecurity as a risk.
Each employee in your
more than three devices
and wearables, creating
an even wider surface
area to defend.
From the boardroom to the breakroom,
each user, with their access and
devices, has become an unwitting
access point for cybercriminals.
Defending the borders of your organization
now encompasses ever-widening networks
and IoT, creating the potential for
misalignment within your security staff.
With seemingly innocent
behavior such as failing to
update browsers or using
exploitable software, users
have now become unwitting
enablers of attacks.
An extended network that supports the “Internet of Things”
has created an ever-increasing surface area that needs to be
defended against attacks.
They are highly organized,
have put their expertise for
sale on the black market, and
are actively probing your
With 10 billion connected sensors and devices that pass personal
information and business data back and forth on the cloud,
each point has become a potential vulnerability.
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or one organization
Divergent opinion between leadership on security
preparedness is creating optimism where there
should be vigilance.