Perimeter-based security strategies continue to become more obsolete as organizations adopt cloud technologies and SaaS applications in the workplace. As the security landscape evolves to be less binary, business’ understanding of security and risk must evolve, too.
In March 2020, we witnessed IT infrastructures disband entirely as a global pandemic pushed employees to work from home and organizations towards a digital transformation. This shift initially created gaps between IT and security maturity, with IT teams being asked to get tools in place for file sharing, video conferencing and remote collaboration without any security considerations. But as these technologies were implemented, it wasn’t long before we started seeing cracks in the foundation.
It became critical for organizations to enable employees with the technology required to be productive, efficient and connected. Strategic security leaders followed suit, enabling the business by ensuring the security and visibility of data that moved on and off the corporate network.
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