Complexity noun | com·plex·i·ty
- The state or quality of being intricate or complicated
- A factor involved in a complicated process or situation
If that definition sounds like a day in your life working in security, keep reading. As security professionals, we already understand this definition of complexity because we are intimately familiar with its meaning. From vulnerabilities and threats, to policies, alerts, security ecosystems and products themselves, every facet of the security industry today is complicated.
Some would argue that complexity is necessary for insider threat programs, and that it is in the intricacy of the interconnected elements, the nuance, and the people process associated with it that make them effective. While it is valid that the most mature insider threat programs truly do combine security and risk at the highest level, which makes them incredibly complex, a majority of organizations today do not have a solution for detecting, investigating and responding to data risk caused by insiders. Code42 can provide the foundation that actually makes it easy to reduce this risk.
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