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Change your mindset about the war against cybercrime with "Five Ways Executives Can Rethink Cybersecurity"
Framing cybercrime as a war between good and bad, the Armored Cloud team challenges executives to avoid expensive, corporate-killing cybersecurity compromises by engaging the strategy, tools, and mindset of a virtual warrior.
“We are all vulnerable,” said Michael H. Howland, CEO of Armored Cloud. “Nothing is immune. If a firm’s data, trade secrets, or employee and customer information is on the Internet or touches the Internet, then it is a target. It is no longer a question of if you will be attacked, but when.”
Become a Cybercrime Warrior
If cybercrime attacks are inevitable and damaging in terms of dollars and reputation, executives must rely on their security professionals to select the right tools for the job. But how do professionals select the right tools, and more importantly how can the right tools be used effectively against an increasingly sophisticated foe?
As more and more organizations invest in cyber threat intelligence, a paradigm shift is taking place in the tools and mindset being used to gather threat data.
Over 2,500 years ago legendary Chinese military general and strategist Sun Tzu said that "to know your Enemy, you must become your Enemy." What does this mean?
- If your enemy is practiced in the art of deception, so must you be.
- If your enemy is skilled at being invisible online, you must be as well.
- If your enemy can attack with speed and precision, you must be able to do the same.
- If your enemy is flexible and always on the move, you must be as nimble.
- If your enemy is at war, you must become a warrior yourself.
Creating a Competitive Advantage with the Right Tools and Mindset
Fill out the form on this page to download "Five Ways Executives Can Rethink Cybersecurity" immediately. This 19-page white paper will help you rethink how to protect your corporate assets online, and avoid becoming another cybercrime victim written up in the press.