He didn’t know what he didn’t know
Or what he couldn’t see on his network ...
New software and devices were continually added by employees without notice. Unauthorized IT assets add risk and support issues.
IT Data is siloed inside different applications with different interfaces He wasted time bouncing back and forth between different tools and admin menus
IT Issues and risks must be quickly identified, prioritized, and acted upon He needed better tools to react more effectively and efficiently.
She couldn’t get the information she needed to address vulnerabilities fast enough.
New vulnerabilities hit her without warning, and they were invisible. She didn’t have the tools to perform vulnerability scans on a regular basis, creating more risk.
She couldn’t keep up with the constantly changing Network vulnerabilitiesHer budget wouldn’t allow her to set up multiple scanners to cover every asset. It was like playing Russian Roulette!
The other tools she looked at were way too complicated She needed something that was easy to set up, use, and maintain, yet with all the main features he wanted.
He was being asked to deal with internal IT security threats with the same people, tools, and resources.
His cybersecurity defenses were heavily focused on protecting the perimeter. He didn’t know that 72% of breaches are the result of unauthorized access inside the firewall.
He didn’t couldn’t tell where there were unauthorized network changes and activities going on. Hackers know how to hide their activities from conventional reporting tools.
He inherited tools that buried him in the torrent of IT data, making them useless. He became “numb” to the threat from too many alerts and false positives.
He’s getting hammered from multiple directions with new IT requirements and has no way to track and manage compliance.
He got told by the sales team that company wants to go after government contracts.He needs to implement the CMMC standard, but doesn’t know what controls to set up, or what reports she needs.
His company filed a claim with their cyber insurance company, and now she needs to respond to their IT audit. He wasn’t familiar with the insurance policy terms, and has no way to produce evidence of compliance.
His CISO is under pressure by the board to regularly report on the company’s security posture. He’s being asked to establish IT security benchmarks and show progress against any compliance gaps
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