Creating a Secure and Trustworthy Digital Enterprise

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Evolve security programs that align traditional practices of risk assessment and cybersecurity controls with the more fluid, dynamic needs of DX and modern data security needs.

New realities require new security models

Digital transformation is changing the way organizations conduct business. Traditional security models are not enough. As your organization grapples with new IT architectures, it is important to incorporate a security model that aligns with this new reality. Digital transformation forces enterprises not only to reconsider their security in terms of traditional risk management activities, but also to understand how their security reputation may affect success.

What: CIOs and IT leaders can use this module as part of their efforts to develop digital trust and protect the organization’s vital data, applications and infrastructure. You’ll learn seven key areas vital to cybersecurity efforts, how to measure your programs, develop KPIs and developing a digital trust program.

Why: Three out of four (74%) organizations have not yet created a security program to address their DX needs. It’s important to evolve security programs to align traditional practices of risk assessment and cybersecurity controls with the more fluid, dynamic needs of DX.

How: To develop a fuller security program for the digital enterprise, your organization needs to take the following steps:

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of your security program for the digital enterprise
  • Develop and communicate new security KPIs
  • Develop a digital trust program
  • Secure the digital platform
  • Focus on a data security program
  • Go on the offensive with a threat hunting program

Successful DX efforts have measurable, achievable and
supported goals, strategy and KPIs

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