19th April, 2022 3 Min read
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Once every few years, new technologies mature and reach a tipping point which requires a completely new outlook on the enterprise landscape, as it keeps evolving too. 2020 was such a tipping point, introducing cloud usage and remote work in unprecedented scales worldwide. In the context of cloud security, this tipping point created a burning need for what we call “the new security stack”: 5 technology solutions to protect your business’ most valuable & sensitive environments, assets, and processes.
Today’s enterprise security solutions should have a few traits to be part of this new security stack:
Cybersecurity threats grow at a rapid pace as new technologies emerge. CIOs and CISOs are in a constant race to beat the bad actors and deploy the best in class security solutions. Make sure you evaluate new security solutions based on the traits above, consult with cybersecurity partners that deal with these challenges on a daily basis, in order to get you to be protected, not just covered in the 4 areas described in this post.
Contact us to update your security stack for today’s business challenges and cybercrime threats.
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