Cybersecurity programs must address a wide range of practices and technologies. Security postures are often compromised by technologies and practices managed outside of the cybersecurity program. Many organizations develop blind spots that can lead to catastrophic security breaches
Organizations must manage several types of digital identities: Employees • Suppliers • Partners • Customers
Identity systems must integrate with many apps and platforms: custom-developed & commercial software • hosted, on-premise, & as-a-service solutions
Determining legal obligations imposed by privacy regulations is relatively straightforward.
The difficulty is understanding how legal obligations intersect with technology platforms and services.
Privacy protection requires deep discovery of information sharing with third parties like customers, partners, governments, and service providers.
Many organizations struggle to define, assess, measure, and manage risks consistently.
Business requirements, threats, and risk factors constantly change. Many risk programs fail to adapt to rapidly changing vectors.