Every organization is unique in the way it functions and the role each team member plays. So when it comes to security, the very first thing you need to do before kicking off a program or updating your strategy is to decide how security will be driven in your organization and how decisions will be made. While this may be managed formally in larger organizations, smaller companies that don’t have a dedicated security team need to structure their approach to security to ensure that they can create effective security coverage using their more limited resources.
With that in mind, here are four recommendations for getting started with a security program in your organization. Read more “Getting Started With Security? Here’s the Very First Thing to Do”
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”
Live Webinar | Thursday, December 14 | 1:00 p.m. EST | 10:00 a.m. PST |
About This Webinar
You’re a security professional (or maybe you’re not, but sometimes you get asked to be one). You don’t have enough people, enough budget, or enough time. But you know that’s not an acceptable reason for ignoring security now that we are all running fast in the cloud. Read more “Webinar: Lean Cloud Security: Your Guide to SecOps Efficiency in the Cloud”