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How to turn the tables on tomorrow’s threat agent

Matt Shamshoian
January 23, 2023

Traditional security solutions worked fine when there was a strict perimeter around the corporate network, and workers only needed to access it when they were physically in the office on a corporate device.

The days when perimeter-based security provided sufficient protection are long gone. Today’s increasingly tangled web of workers, cloud applications, managed and unmanaged devices have pushed these traditional security tools to their limit. Their shortcomings have become clear as organizations are forced to choose between completely securing their workers and allowing them to access all the tools they need to do their job.

These outdated tools often take a detect-and-respond approach to remediating threats, only dealing with threats that are detected on the network — leading to costly false positives and negatives that eat up the security team’s time, all while not fully ensuring that threats are kept out. Instead of waiting until a threat is detected, organizations can flip that reactive security paradigm on its head by preventing threats from ever hitting the network in the first place. With boards of directors starting to realize that security is a business driver rather than a cost center, now’s the perfect time for organizations to pivot to a modern security solution that seamlessly follows workers wherever they go and prevents threats before they happen.

In this roundtable discussion, Nick Edwards, Menlo Security Vice President of Product Management, and Rahul Bhardwaj, CISO - APAC at Kroll, discuss how organizations can take a modern approach to security to stop modern threats.

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