Today’s security landscape looks nothing like it did even just 18 months ago. Successful attacks against leading brands have come to light and the methods employed by those attacks are astonishing. As industry defenses have increased, so has the sophistication in which attackers are using to defeat them. Unfortunately, there’s been another increase as well – an increase in the security gaps created by disjointed point products, lack of security expertise and the sheer volume of attacks being deflected. With all of this, is there such a thing as zero-grap protection?
The threats organizations face today are relentless. Attacks are more sophisticated, however not every organization has the resources to match these attacks. Making this challenge worse, the network perimeter has been replaced with an interconnected set of systems and ‘common-use’ networks, making it nearly impossible to identify where the network’s edge lies.