For any CISO, making sure that the security team have the required skills to face down threats is critical. But how do you know for sure the skills that are present and those that are missing? How do you prioritise progression and retention? How do you prioritise spend on technology versus skills development?
Protection, Privacy and Peace of Mind for Security-First Organizations
The modern CISO has plenty to worry about: malware, ransomware, insider threats, IoT proliferation, phishing, public cloud security, shadow IT—the list goes on. In high risk and highly regulated sectors, security and privacy often supplant cost and efficiency as the top IT priorities, putting even more pressure on CISO performance.
Very often, your enterprise network relies on a vast assortment of security devices and solutions, each generating their own alerts. More often than not, security teams don’t have the resources to address every one of them in a timely manner.
Fighting the Cybercriminal who Operates Like a Business
Cybercriminals have figured out how to bypass our perimeter defences by targeting the most vulnerable part of any enterprise: the humans. They have also increased their success rates by 63% using identity-based email attacks, according to our intelligence sources.