Why, when it comes to securing your business, product alone isn't the answer.
Ransomware, data breaches, insider threats, phishing scams… we've all seen the headlines. And, although these words, once reserved for IT departments, are becoming a part of everyday vocabulary, that doesn't make them any less concerning.
They have. the power to derail your entire business- everything that you've built- within seconds.
Nowadays, cybercrime is big business, and you can guarantee that for every security solution churned out by vendors, someone, somewhere is creating a brand new malicious code to target other vulnerabilities you didn't even know existed within your organisation. Add to that modern working habits, with more and more businesses needing to adopt cloud and IoT for day-to-day operations, to keep up with their competitors, but subsequently increasing the potential attack surface, and you soon see that organisations are under siege from all angles.
To state the obvious; cybersecurity is no longer optional. And this is something that all CIOs are more than aware of.
In fact, in our 2017 global CIO Survey, security was cited as the number one concern when it came to an increase in the use of cloud services, with 70% of respondents citing it as a challenge.