Time and resources spent building a solid business can be undone in seconds by cyberattacks. Whether it be supply chain issues disrupting manufacturing processes or protecting billions of terabytes of healthcare data, proprietary business information needs protection. New ways of doing business – like personal physician visits switching to telehealth or in-classroom learning pivoting to online school – create gaps in security. Change can create cracks that allow cybercriminals a way in.
So while organizations are pivoting to keep pace with a chaotic landscape, their cybersecurity leaders are rethinking their approach to keeping digitally secure. It’s no surprise traditional cybersecurity practices are inadequate against an influx of new threats. Organizations that pursue intelligence driven cybersecurity will be best positioned for managing risk, identifying threats and maintaining successful operations.