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2014 Cybersecurity Forecast

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    Sophisticated tools will enable smart companies to quickly uncover data breach details and react faster. 

    Companies realize that even the best firewalls and intrusion detection systems cannot stop all attacks; the most secure firms experience computer security incidents. But technological progress over the last 12 months will enable companies to unravel events and see with near-real-time clarity what’s happened to their data and how much damage has been done. That is, if companies choose to change.

    “Most organizations have invested in preventative security technologies, but remain unprepared to launch an effective response to a leak or intrusion. Without the right tools and policies in place beforehand, they find themselves suddenly under intense pressure to investigate, track, and analyze events,” said Ryan. “It takes more money and time to scramble at the last minute. We’ve seen a dramatic improvement in response technology over the last year. Companies have never had a better opportunity to enhance their existing protocols with a methodology that can mean an informed and timely response. There’s no reason not to be prepared.”

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2014 Cybersecurity Forecast

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    Sophisticated tools will enable smart companies to quickly uncover data breach details and react faster. 

    Companies realize that even the best firewalls and intrusion detection systems cannot stop all attacks; the most secure firms experience computer security incidents. But technological progress over the last 12 months will enable companies to unravel events and see with near-real-time clarity what’s happened to their data and how much damage has been done. That is, if companies choose to change.

    “Most organizations have invested in preventative security technologies, but remain unprepared to launch an effective response to a leak or intrusion. Without the right tools and policies in place beforehand, they find themselves suddenly under intense pressure to investigate, track, and analyze events,” said Ryan. “It takes more money and time to scramble at the last minute. We’ve seen a dramatic improvement in response technology over the last year. Companies have never had a better opportunity to enhance their existing protocols with a methodology that can mean an informed and timely response. There’s no reason not to be prepared.”

Kroll, a global leader in risk mitigation and response solutions, recently released its third annual Cyber Security Forecast, a prediction of the most significant cyber issues organizations will confront in 2014. The latest forecast highlights seven trends identified by Kroll and suggests that a changing tide in cyber standards, both social and legal, will require organizations to take stronger actions and safeguards to protect against reputational, financial and legal risks.