Earl Matthews, Chief Strategy Officer, Verodin & Nathan Wenzler, Chief Security Strategist, Tenable
Organizations make significant investments to ensure protection of critical assets, yet without data-driven evidence demonstrating security performance, companies operate on assumptions. This could put them at high risk of an attack.
Until now, there was no way to prove and confidently report on which security controls were working and which were not. Yet the market has shifted to one in which Boards of Directors, CEOs, and leaders are demanding verifiable proof that their organizations are protected against the evolving threat landscape.
Security validation enables organizations to achieve optimal cybersecurity performance by validating the effectiveness of people, processes and technology through ongoing assessment, optimization and rationalization. As a result, companies minimize cyber risk across the entire business while protecting their reputation and economic value.
Join this exclusive video interview with Earl Matthews, Chief Strategy Officer at Verodin to learn more about:
- What security validation is and how it is different from breach and attack simulation
- Why is security validation so important now, in 2020
- The security risk with cloud migration
- How does cyber risk translate to real dollars