Too Many Solutions, Too Many Problems: Overcoming the Security Risks Incurred by Employing Disjointed Solutions
Today’s enterprises have a multitude of security controls (e.g. SIEM, DLP, web gateways, network access control), but each of them provides an incomplete and siloed perspective. As organizations become saturated with these solutions, sometimes more problems are created than addressed—especially when organizations are lulled into feeling safe. The reality is that navigating today’s security issues while being bogged down by too many solutions and a lack of prioritization of systems and assets, increases the risk faced by every organization looking to stay safe in today’s volatile security environment.
This paper will help you understand:
- How a siloed perspective on security programs can lead to more problems than solutions
- The implications of too many disjoined solutions and how attackers are leveraging the disconnect
- Why a unified front to security is the only option for organizations to move forward