The number of long-term hacks being uncovered continues to rise unabated, resulting in millions in financial losses, theft of intellectual property, and/or exposure of customer information. With the threat of undetected compromises and stealthy zero-day attacks breaking through even the best controls, cyber risk managers require more than what is being offered by legacy assessment solutions (which typically only address vulnerabilities or configuration management).
We have all enjoyed the personalized experiences that software platforms are providing as they learn more about us, but with this data comes a high burden to protect it. We are seeing the implications of this manifested in broken trust with Facebook and Equifax. Cybersecurity and privacy standards are also confronting organizations today as they race to comply with the May deadlines of GDPR. What is the U.S. doing in parallel to keep up?