Mapping cybersecurity threats to assets and vulnerabilities can help to identify and manage potential security risks.
Unless a threat exploits a vulnerability, it is not a risk to an asset. By taking a risk-based approach, state and local government can improve their security postures—especially when tasked to protect hybrid IT environments.
This white paper makes the case for shifting from prevention-oriented security controls to a risk-based approach to drive security technologies, processes, and policies in accordance to the areas of greatest risk. You’ll learn how using the NIST Cybersecurity Framework as an effective model, along with continuous monitoring and information sharing, will increase the efficiency and resilience of your security posture.
Read This White Paper to Learn Why:
- A risk – based approach is more strategic than addressing threats
- Continuous monitoring is important for third – party and cloud security
- Information sharing is critical for stronger protection