Reduce Risk: Six Vulnerable Points Enterprises Need to Consider

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Internal business operations

Due to the presence of a host of competitive ecosystem risk indicators that can affect critical enterprise functions, a proper assessment of internal business operations can establish cognizance of industry and market factors, and their business impact on internal assets. This domain measures the effectiveness of initiatives that manage internal administrative vulnerabilities, such as contingency operations to critical assets resulting from personnel, organizational or business processes.

In light of recent incidents such as the Target breach and the Heartbleed bug, security remains top of mind for IT professionals. While most security solutions address only cyber-based threats, organizations need a more proactive and holistic approach to find, fix and protect potential vulnerabilities and reduce the likelihood of a security incident. In this slideshow, Armond Caglar, senior threat specialist at TSC Advantage, presents the six domains that every organization needs to examine to reduce risk.


Related Topics : Unisys, Stimulus Package, Security Breaches, Symantec, Electronic Surveillance

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