When organizations buy security technology vector by vector, chasing headlines or the “next” tool—” this quarter, we’ll protect the endpoints; next quarter, we’ll buy cloud protections; next quarter, we’ll focus on ransomware prevention”—IT leaders run into a series of “impossible” cybersecurity tradeoffs. Impossible tradeoffs are the ones you really can’t afford to make.
For example, an organization can’t choose between securing its network or cloud assets because the one left behind will be targeted. In the end, the outcome will be the same: You’ll get hacked when the adversary changes the vector to the one you didn’t defend.
To see our guide on avoiding impossible cyber security tradeoffs, read the executive summary below!