Threat hunting is gaining momentum in the industry as IT and security teams attempt to keep up with the constant barrage of new cyber threats and malware attacks. Organizations are quickly recognizing it is no longer enough to be reactive, but instead they must be proactive to stay ahead of hackers and those who look to steal data or wreak havoc on systems. While companies are increasingly acknowledging they need to adopt threat hunting practices, according to a recent survey published by the SANS Institute many are struggling to adapt.
All companies in Europe today are focused on GDPR compliance. The smart ones are approaching the preparation for future compliance in a methodical and phased way, beginning with an assessment of the current data protection measures in place and identifying gaps or other threats to data security.