April 25, 2021
With an expanded remote workforce and a rise in cyber-attacks over the past year, validating organizational resilience is top of the enterprise agenda.
By utilizing security validation tools, CISOs can shore up operational defenses, retire ineffective tools and processes, and get a more accurate grasp of the gap between where you think you are, and what your real resiliency levels are like.
However, not all security validation tools are created equal. Here are 5 must-have capabilities of the most effective validation tools:
Keeping security at the top of your priority list means showing your security teams, and your C-suite, that you have the tools in place to validate that your plan of action is the right one, and that what were once assumptions about your security posture are now based on real-world evidence. This includes investing in security solutions that validate like hackers to provide an “always on” level of visibility and control.
Ready to validate using automation? Get in touch to see a demo of the Pcysys platform.
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