The media tends to paint a ‘doom and gloom’ cyber threat scenario, with click-bait sensationalized announcements of the latest massive cyber breach. And, while the impact of cyber threats is very real, this constant barrage of news can lull some organizations into a complacent, ‘it’s not going to happen to us’ scenario. In other organizations, it sets into play an environment of panic, and the urgency to implement something as quickly as possible to ‘check off a box on a corporate scorecard’, but with insufficient understanding of all the elements that go into an effective cybersecurity implementation.
Cyber-attacks are becoming more targeted, more sophisticated and more severe in terms of negative consequences.
Hackers and cyber criminals know how to exploit vulnerabilities across your network, hosts and end points.
Statistically, we are all ‘at risk’. From the individual to all organizations ranging from the small and medium business (SMB), to the Fortune 500, none of us are immune.
A cyber ‘event’ will happen – it’s just a matter of when and in what form. The question is, ‘what are you going to do to prevent, detect or mitigate the attack?’.
With over 50 years of combined experience in cybersecurity, the Knogin team knows how to analyze, detect and protect against sophisticated attackers in the ever-changing world of cybersecurity.
Knogin knows the challenges inhibiting your cyber safety. We did the research. This is what we found:
When we asked, the inhibitors most frequently cited by organizations trying to create a stronger security posture included:
Upon further investigation, the root cause of these inhibitors points to the fact that typical cybersecurity solutions are very complex and thus:
Along with that complexity comes a high price tag driven by:
We knew there had to be a better way to provide an advanced cybersecurity solution…..
So, we started with a clean sheet of paper and designed CyberEASY with three requirements:
Are you still looking at other vendors’ cybersecurity solutions and discovering
they are difficult to implement, complicated to manage, and expensive to operate?
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