Why Information Security?
Data breaches are an ordeal for any organization. The costs for risk-mitigation and the lack of credence from clients can be disastrous, even setting some businesses out of sales. That’s why it’s so essential to establish information security at the very heart of your company; it shouldn’t be an afterthought.
Cyber Risk is a Business Risk.
Security directors who are striving to get the resources and aid to protect their environment against cyber attacks have an upward battle — failing to communicate to the CEO and the board. That’s because they aren’t able to decipher cyber-risk into language the business executives quantify the risk.
The CEO, CFO, and heads of every other strategic business unit speak the language of business, but not the information-security teams. Security practitioners need to quantify cyber-risk in business terms. Cyber Security leaders need to make clear about the probability of the impact on the organization’s value creation — business operations, prominence, and cyber-exposure in terms of dollars/euros.
As a result of CyberCrime
69% of small businesses were driven offline for a limited time, and 37% encountered financial loss.
Atom Sage has various security strategies and the predominantly Zero-Trust Networks is making waves.
Zero Trust Network..!
Zero-Trust Networks is a security paradigm to transform the wave in the cyber security encounters. Customary perimeter-based network defense security has proved inadequate as it pretends that if a user is inside the corporate edge, they can be trusted. It has resulted in Insider Threats. Bad actors use methods like password spray and phishing to take advantage of a workforce that must remember too many usernames and passwords. Once behind the corporate firewall, a malicious user can often move freely, gaining higher privileges and access to sensitive data. We can’t trust users based on a network as the control plane.
Is there a Solution?
The good news is that there is a solution. Zero Trust Networks is an information security strategy that upends the contemporary ubiquitous trust pattern. Alternatively thinking trustworthiness, it demands validation at every step of the process. It means that all touch points in a system—identities, devices, and services—are verified before they are recognized as reliable. It also implies that user admittance is confined to only the data, systems, and applications required for their role. By going from a design that assumes security to one that requires verification, we can lessen the amount and severity of security breaches.