There is good and bad news around cybersecurity these days. The good news is that many CEOs and corporate boards no longer accept “good enough” security, and are willing to invest in best practices and leading security defenses to protect their organizations. So what’s the bad news? Many organizations continue to think of cyber-risk in terms of internal network penetration rather than as a more comprehensive strategy that includes all digital assets - websites, social networks, VIP and third-party partner exposure, etc. To address these risks, CISOs and risk officers must adopt a thorough digital risk management strategy that includes monitoring, filtering, prioritizing, and responding to threats across the public Internet and dark web. Digital Shadows specializes in this area and can help organizations with digital risk mitigation.
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This practical guide provides advice to help understand how to identify critical business assets, understand the threat, monitor for exposure, and take action.
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In this report, you will learn the emergence of Digital Risk Protection, a framework for protecting against Digital Risks, questions the C-Suite should be asking.
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