Infographics : Enterprise Information Security Strategic Technologies

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This infographic is based on a series of reports by the Security for Busines Innovation Council on "Transforming Information Security: Focusing on Strategic Technologies."

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Infographics : Enterprise Information Security Strategic Technologies

  1. 1. ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SECURITY STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGIES An industry initiative sponsored bywww.emc.com/rsa-sbic113 TWEET THIS 3 AREAS TO FOCUS INVESTMENT CYBER- THREAT RESILIENCY OPTIMIZING END-USER EXPERIENCE CLOUD SECURITY Security leaders focus on resilience against cyber threats. In the face of on-going intrusions, the goal is to prevent attackers from achieving their outcomes, manage the inevitable breaches, and minimize their impact. Better UX translates into increased efficiency for enterprise employees. It means having less in the way: fewer and faster sign-ons; quicker access to data and applications, and the freedom to securely move between devices, locations, and platforms. New Cloud security services deliver better visibility and control. They address security problems slowing cloud adoption, providing risk assessment and controls assurance, identity and access management, protection of user credentials, and encryption to meet regulatory requirements. TECHNOLOGIES SECURITY ANALYTICS A foundational technology to help achieve a stronger cyber defense NEXT-GEN ANTI- MALWARE Add new techniques to this baseline capability NEW CLOUD SERVICES Evaluate services to help with visibility and control in the Cloud FLEXIBLE AUTHENTICATION METHODS: Implement new analytics driven/risk-based models IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT Increase granularity – providing deeper, vital insight into user privileges MAKING THE MOST OFYOUR TECH INVESTMENTS 1. Look at least 3 years ahead A three-year rolling plan helps focus limited capital on forward- leaning security investments. Consider how technology will evolve and what risks will it create or change. Be willing to make bets on where you think technology will land. 2. Achieve a Bigger Picture Through Integration The greatest payoffs often come from connecting and consolidating multiple applications. Favor solutions that can be part of an integrated architecture and use point solutions only where necessary to meet niche requirements. 3. Maximize Value Through Formalized Technology Investments Formal approaches to deployment help proactively help manage risk and maximize value. Predict and track total costs. Scale deployments appropriately for quick wins. Approach maintenance strategically, especially for older technologies. ABOUT THIS SERIES OF REPORTS FROM SBIC What does an effective and forward-leaning information security program look like? The Security for Business Innovation Council (SBIC) has produced a series of three reports on “Transforming Information Security” to answer that question. Fusing the knowledge and vision of top information security leaders, the reports deliver actionable recommendations.

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