A common mistake that we see organizations make is putting off security until they hire someone who specializes in it. Depending on the size of your company and the nature of your business, this could mean waiting several years to start taking security seriously. In today’s threat environment, that’s not realistic or practical. And, even when you decide you’re ready to bring someone in-house to focus on security — given the current security talent shortage — odds are it could take a while to find the right hire.
This is why we believe that organizations should start thinking about security as a competency, rather than simply a job description. You don’t need to have a CISO or a SOC or even a security analyst on your team before you can start taking steps to improve your security posture. The potential consequences of a breach (financial loss, reputation damage, downtime, or IP loss, to name a few) are too serious to ignore.
With that in mind, here’s how to start viewing security as a skill and how to boost that skill across your organization. Read more “Why You Should Think of Security as a Skill, Not Just a Role”