Cybersecurity is like running both a marathon and a sprint at the same time. Organizations must implement a long-term cybersecurity strategy to achieve long-term success – that’s the marathon – while continuously combating cyberthreats – that’s the sprint. This is no easy task and for that reason, I asked Bobbie Stempfley, Vice President and Business Unit Security Officer, to join me for this episode of Talking Tech with Travis.
We discuss how the growing complexity of IT environments means organizations need more than just a protection and detection strategy. Organizations should create a balanced strategy that includes cyber-resiliency, which enables operations under stress to recover more quickly from cyberthreats. Bobbie walks us through the balancing act between protection and resiliency and how organizations should think about resiliency along three key vectors – processes, relationships and technologies.
A Zero Trust security architecture plays a critical role in helping achieve both protection and resiliency in a complex technology ecosystem. Our recent Zero Trust and cybersecurity solutions announcement outlines the benefits to a proactive cyber resiliency strategy in multicloud and edge environments.
Bobbie and I also discuss how we build security into our solutions and have worked for decades to enhance our processes for how we design, source, manufacture, ship and manage our solutions. This level of security attention and detail helps put customers on better footing for implementing both a protection strategy and a cyber-resiliency strategy.
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