Cyber resilience refers to how well an organization can recover from a cyber incident. Many factors contribute to success with cyber resilience, but any attempt to achieve cyber resilience should prominently feature Privileged Access Management (PAM).
While SPAM email has been flooding our inboxes for many years now, what do we really know about who’s sending them and where they come from? And how is SPAM impacted by the upcoming – and increasing – data privacy and security regulations states are implementing worldwide?
More and more organizations are making the jump to the cloud in an effort to simplify IT and business management. Although this move can make it easier for organizations to scale operations and have more agility to evolve based on the market, it leaves them vulnerable to an ever-growing range of cyber threats. In order to reap the benefits of utilizing cloud environments while protecting organizations from attack, teams need Privileged Access Management (PAM).
How do you beef up cybersecurity if you can’t find qualified personnel to take on the task? This is the question many organizations are asking the world over as a result of a global shortage of cybersecurity skills.
Hikers have a saying that goes, “The terrain is not the map.” Upon finding, for instance, that a bridge no longer exists, one might ask, “Wait a minute… you mean a US Geological Survey map from 1953 doesn’t reflect current conditions?” “Yup. The terrain is not the map.” So it goes in IT as well.