Manage Asset Risks with SRC: Granular Control Based on Asset DNA
As the world becomes increasingly digitalized, cyber threats continue to evolve and become more sophisticated, posing a serious risk to organizations of all sizes. With the proliferation of connected devices, the convergence of IT, OT, and IoT networks, and increasing hybrid working across enterprise, the potential attack surface for attackers has expanded making it more difficult for organizations to protect their assets.
Cybersecurity is no longer just a matter of securing the perimeter of an organization’s network. In today’s highly connected world, attackers have more entry points and avenues of attack than ever before. They can target devices, networks ports, and individuals to gain access to an organization’s sensitive data, disrupt operations, or even cause physical damage.
As cyber threats continue to evolve, organizations must stay ahead of the curve by implementing robust asset risk management measures that can protect their entire asset surface. Managing asset risks requires a granular approach that considers various factors such as potential risk, asset location, user behavior, compliance requirements, device accessibility, and business criticality. However, this can be a daunting task, given the device diversity in the asset surface, data overload, and the constantly changing threat landscape.