Today’s marketplace is cluttered with solutions to an extensive array of security risks, from data loss to malware. However, when building your own security arsenal — especially if you are running lean — it’s essential to take a step back and think holistically about what you actually need, rather than to buy products willy nilly and end up with a pile of single-use tools that don’t integrate well.
Below are four recommendations to help you get what you actually need when it comes to cloud security tools, no matter your budget or team size. Read more “Lean Guidelines for Selecting and Managing Cloud Security Solutions”
Whether you’re in security, operations, or another related discipline, choosing the right cloud security products can be a complex process. With thousands of options, each with their own nuances, how do you know which tool, or mix of tools, is going to be right for your organization? The following questions are designed to help you identify the solutions that will fit your specific needs and requirements. Use them as you make your decision, and the entire process will be much more seamless. Read more “11 Questions to Ask Before Investing in a Cloud Security Solution”
Update: For an interesting discussion of this post, take a listen to this Security Weekly podcast. The discussion starts at 8 minutes, 10 seconds.
The cybersecurity tech market is crowded. Very crowded.
Whether you’re in security, IT, or another related discipline, choosing vendors and products can be overwhelming and frustrating — and making bad choices can be costly up front as well as down the road. To bring some clarity to the process, we’ve put together a brief list of questions. Together, they should help you develop a basic understanding of your needs and capabilities so you can start identifying appropriate offerings and vendors in the cybersecurity marketplace.
(Note: In an upcoming post, we’ll examine some of the key technical issues you need to consider before selecting a security product or solution.)
Read more “14 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Committing to a Cybersecurity Vendor”