Cybersecurity Fundamentals: See the big picture
If you’re like most organizations, you have many security products, but still can’t visualize your cybersecurity big picture with any confidence. Networks are built of a collection of systems from different manufacturers whose configurations must be managed individually. It isn’t easy to understand what’s in a network and how each device is set up.
Also, networks are rarely in one environment. They most often include multiple cloud environments as well as traditional ones. Improving the security and resilience of such hybrid environments requires end-to-end visibility, a large challenge across these multi-cloud, hybrid, or hybrid multi-cloud environments.
RedSeal shows you everything you have in your network and how it all works together – across hybrid multi-cloud environments. With RedSeal’s Digital Resilience Score, you’ll get one metric to understand how resilient it is to cyberattack – and be able to track it over time.
Cybersecurity Fundamentals: Develop a strategy of resilience.
Knowledge of what’s on your network and how it all works together provides you with an important level of resilience in the face of cyber threats. We believe that a strategy of resilience is even more important than a focused strategy of security. Cybersecurity is about hunkering down and putting up barriers, making it more difficult to conduct business. Resilience is making sure you can minimize damage when the inevitable break in happens. It will keep your organization flexible and in business.
Digital resilience is the ability to continue to operate through an impairment, and to stay in business while minimizing customer harm, reputational damage, and financial loss.
- Know their entire, as-built networks, including data paths within the network
- Set targets, measurements, and goals for defense and response
- Employ best practices in change management and prioritize risks and intelligence for better decision-making
- Respond rapidly to incidents – while maintaining operational readiness, reducing the risk of losing data, and preventing additional harm