Strengthening Security and Compliance Posture through Cyber Resilience
Achieving compliance with industry standards and regulations is an ongoing journey for organizations of all sizes. But the path always begins with understanding what it means to implement a comprehensive, risk-based compliance strategy.
When done correctly, discussions about compliance can be pivotal in guiding decisions about what cybersecurity controls need to be implemented. Compliance and risk-based security are tied together of course, however, recent cyberattacks have shown that being compliant doesn’t necessarily mean 100% secure. This is why a risk-based compliance strategy is essential and will also yield compliance benefits.
Absolute’s latest research report demonstrates how cybersecurity and compliance are inextricably linked and why getting a handle on both requires a comprehensive strategy rooted in an understanding of risk and the attack surface organizations need to secure.
Key Absolute Findings
- Thinking about your potential 'attack surface'
- The inherent risk of remote work
- What rules and regulations apply to me?
- The cost of non-compliance
- Ensuring security through risk-based compliance
- Making security controls resilient
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"Enterprises spend a median of 37 days and a mean of $2.4 million to find and recover from a breach... Preparation prior to a breach is critical to reduce recovery time and costs."
Forrester, The 2021 State of Enterprise Breaches