Security teams are expected to do a lot these days. From properly configuring the cloud environment, to protecting the organization from today’s latest threats, to answering tough questions from the board and customers, there’s more than enough to be done, but how do you know you’re doing the right things?
In this post, we’ll dive into the five biggest areas of security that all teams should be paying attention to. Addressing these will protect you from a large majority of security threats today, and will also create a solid security foundation that you can incrementally build on as your organization grows and your needs become more complex. Read more “5 Things All Security Teams Should Be Doing (But Many Aren’t)”
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Security should never be a one-and-done proposition: It requires a continuous improvement mindset to keep you on top of security initiatives and to accommodate new issues as you detect them. Once your security program is up and running, you need to measure, evaluate, and modify it on an ongoing basis to maintain or improve your results. This doesn’t necessarily require a ton of time and effort; it simply requires a strategy.
So today, we want to take a look at what it takes to build an effective security program with continuous improvement at its core. In our view, there are three key pillars to continuous security improvement, and if you have been following along with our Starting Your Cloud Security Journey blog post series, then you’ll be well-acquainted with these concepts. Read more “The Three Pillars of Continuous Security Improvement”