Cyber Risk Reduction in the Era of Accelerating Digital Transformation

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Increased use of cloud services, edge computing, and greatly expanded remote working options have all increased the level of cyber risk for organizations that aren’t always evident. As digital transformation initiatives accelerate, an organization requires a deep and accurate understanding about its cyber risk. 

An organization-wide risk assessment profile should be completed to identify critical assets, functions, and business processes that need protection. Throughout the risk assessment, security maturity should also be assessed across all five organizational pillars to avoid cognitive dissonance regarding the level of maturity an organization has achieved.

Partnering with an outside professional security services team has become a clearer path to measurably drive security maturity forward, including:

  • Cyber strategy planning, cyber risk, and data governance management
  • Identity access management (IAM) and fraud risk reduction
  • Network security, cloud security, and cyber operations
  • Cyber transformation, mobility, IT/OT, and threat detection and response
  • Vulnerability management and incident response

Download this paper to learn more about building a holistic plan to manage cybersecurity threats across the organization in this era of digital transformation.