Not a day goes by without news of devasting cyberattacks and costly security and privacy breaches. How costly? The average cost of a security breach is now a staggering $3.9 million, according to the Ponemon Institute. Not only are attacks becoming more damaging, but they're also harder to detect.
While security is now a top issue in the C-suite, only 40 percent of enterprises believe they have a good handle on their security posture. A big part of the problem is that their strategies are fragmented, making holistic approaches more difficult.
The typical enterprise manages more than 80 security products, selected from the offerings of more than 3,500 global security vendors. This proliferation of security products in the enterprise stems from a constant game of catchup, where security teams continually deploy additional defense mechanisms to counteract the latest cyberthreats.
It's time for a new approach. The following e-book explains why security should be intrinsic—something that is built in and not bolted on—and provides actionable advice to protect your customers better.