Strengthening Security and Compliance Posture through Cyber Resilience in Enterprises
Understanding the meaning of a comprehensive, effective, risk-based compliance strategy is the first step in achieving it. Industry standards and regulatory mandates are put in place to ensure organizations take stock of their potential risk and build out a robust security strategy to prevent against cyberattacks and potential data breaches.
Enterprises today face a threat landscape and attack surface that seems to grow more complex by the minute. Organizations must protect an IT environment that extends from the endpoint to the network, and from the data center to the cloud against everything from ransomware to exploits targeting unpatched systems and applications.
Without a strong cybersecurity posture (and security controls in place), enterprise organizations are unlikely to be compliant with the regulations laid out by the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) and ISO/IEC 27001:2022. As well, without considering compliance and applicable regulations, any security strategy is likely lacking.
To learn more about NIST CSF and ISO/IEC 27001:2022 compliance and cybersecurity, check out Absolute’s latest research report focused on compliance within enterprise organizations.
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