The Lynchpin of Cybersecurity and Compliance
Companies have never faced more mandates to excel at cybersecurity. Everything from business continuity to contract renewals to regulatory compliance depends on it, requiring companies to invest significant resources keeping their digital infrastructure safe. One thing puts that entire effort – and all that depends on it – in jeopardy: vulnerabilities. Broadly speaking, vulnerabilities are known and unknown flaws in digital systems that bad actors can exploit to their advantage. Vulnerabilities can be accidentally included in a system rolling out for the first time (known as zero days). They can also appear in previously healthy systems after something like a software update or new API. Most important to understand: vulnerabilities are a fact of life for today’s companies. As the IT that companies rely on becomes increasingly expansive and interconnected, the number of vulnerabilities rises proportionally. It’s inevitable. The more complicated a system becomes, the more flaws it contains - and the harder they are to find. That means cybersecurity and compliance are always one new vulnerability away from collapsing.
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