Many companies lack a sense of urgency in the race toward total data protection and are unprepared to deal with attacks, compliance requirements and more.
Although governance, risk and compliance are critical to enterprise security, many IT professionals struggle to secure executive buy-in for GRC tools.
With the right QRadar app, security professionals can get a head start on achieving GDPR compliance before the regulation takes effect in May 2018.
Given the growing number of compliance requirements and advanced threats security leaders must deal with, CISO complexity is at an all-time high.
Most executives recognize the growing threat posed by cyberattacks, but few are putting the security strategy in place to help keep information safe.
A recent Hurwitz & Associates survey revealed that while general awareness about the GDPR is high, many companies are unprepared to meet the deadline.
CISOs must closely monitor their companies' business transactions to maintain compliance with the growing number of international security regulations.
Federal agencies need to implement a continuous management solution to remain in compliance and prevent cyberthreats from compromising national security.
To move sensitive data securely to the cloud, establish a data-centric philosophy and approach to security and apply it across all platforms.
CISOs and other business leaders are struggling to maintain regulatory compliance as government agencies continue to devise new, complicated laws.