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FIRESIDE CHAT: ‘Attack surface management’ has become the centerpiece of cybersecurity

After COVID-19, the management of the attack surface has become the main focus of the protection of the corporate network. This includes the implementation of new security systems, such as access to the zero trust network. Jess Byrne, senior analyst at Forrester, on the implications of cybersecurity.

FIRESIDE CHAT: ‘Attack surface management’ has become the centerpiece of cybersecurity

After COVID-19, the management of the attack surface has become the main focus of the protection of the corporate network. Related: The importance of “SaaS location management” As digital transformation continues to increase, organizations are increasingly relying on hosted cloud computing powers and data warehouses, i.e. Platform as a Service (Paas), and business tools of all kinds, i.e. Software as a Service (SaaS). I had the opportunity to talk to Jess Byrne, a senior analyst at Forrester, about the implications of cybersecurity. Guest Expert: Jess Bern, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research We discussed how the problem turned into a defense of the perimeter of the cloud boundary. This includes the implementation of new security systems, such as access to the zero trust network, and the implementation of new security tools and strategies.

This means having full control over all possible links to sensitive cyberattacks, proactively managing software vulnerabilities, and detecting and responding to real attacks. A new category of tools and services for managing the attack surface is gaining momentum and is rapidly becoming a mandatory option.

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