2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ SIEM
Get the reportMore
Manager, Marketing and Technology Alliances
We’ve been witnessing the continual transformation of the cybersecurity ecosystem in the past few years. With cyber attacks becoming ever-more sophisticated, organizations have been forced to spend huge amounts of their budgets on improving their security programs in an attempt to protect their infrastructure, corporate assets, and their brand reputation from potential hackers.
When we talk about cybersecurity, having clear goals and objectives in place is key in determining the success of the tools, processes, and management techniques used to combat threat actors. With the right cybersecurity solutions in place, your organization may be able to detect and respond to an incident, or even prevent a cyber attack before it takes place, but let’s not forget, in today’s continually evolving threat landscape there is no such thing as 100% security.
Not so long ago we used to hear about a cyber-attack or a new form of vulnerability in the news perhaps on a quarterly or monthly basis. Today, they are becoming increasingly more frequent and I don’t think a day goes by that we don’t read in the headlines about the consequences an organization is facing due to another attack.