The only constant when it comes to technology is change.
Change is inevitable and, as technology evolves, securing environments becomes an unending process of learning and adaptation. It can be a massive complex undertaking filled with trial and error. To address these challenges, it is essential to implement security programs that can adapt and grow with your environment.
The inability to rapidly modify security policies and meet today’s challenges creates potential vulnerabilities that can lead to large-scale compromises. Fortunately, by approaching security as a journey rather than a destination, organizations can quickly change course and begin implementing new defensive measures.
In the white paper, Security Is a Journey, Not a Destination, we highlight the importance of building a foundation for deeper learning and enhanced security reviews—traits that are critical to the success of your cybersecurity journey.
With Security Is a Journey, Not a Destination, learn why a static approach to security is no longer viable. Also, discover the four steps (observe, evolve, refine, and respond) along your journey’s path, and why each one is vital to building a stronger security posture for your organization.