An article discussing the value of Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) in the context of Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), with some guidance on how to do it right.
Businesses must have the ability to quickly and securely deliver software. A secure toolchain is an integrated set of software development tools, processes, and practices that prioritize security at every stage of the software development lifecycle.
Drive secure toolchain adoption to build robust and secure applications, minimize security risks, and gain a competitive edge in the market.
In the ever-evolving world of technology, it’s easy to dismiss new concepts as mere buzzwords. But one idea you can’t afford to overlook is your attack surface. A robust attack surface management program allows organizations to see through the eyes of a hacker by going beyond identifying risks. Learn more in our article.
ZT Data managers must protect the crown jewels of the organization while dealing with ever expanding data needs.
ZT device managers need to balance ease of access with security while juggling the ever-changing and expanding list of devices.
DevSecOps can help reduce the cost to remediation and deliver safer software faster.
As Cyber Insurance is getting harder to obtain and premiums keep increasing it is more important than ever to understand the market.
As the metaverse expands, so do the security risks associated with it.
ZT identity managers face significant challenges as they balance access requirements with security mandates.
ZT applications managers face significant challenges as they balance top-down executive mandates with the need to make progress on software issues.
CISOs expect application security to fully support ZT, while AppSec managers use the ZT framework to organize & prioritize investments and activities.
By identifying key priorities before a breach, ZT infrastructure managers can contribute meaningfully to the success of the organization’s ZT strategy.
Contemporary zero trust infrastructure often centers on outside-the-perimeter resources, challenging security leaders who are looking to establish resilient environments.
Zero trust networks provide visibility into key issues, including segmentation, secure access to data, applications, and identity and device resources.