Security vulnerabilities are a serious challenge for a lot of organizations these days. Now that security resources are increasingly limited in most organizations, rapidly expanding and evolving networks can pose a challenge in itself.
Proactive vs Reactive Cybersecurity – Expert opinions
To get a much broader perspective on the topic, I reached out to relevant industry experts to see what they had to share. So without further ado, here are the responses I received.
Chase Norlin — CEO of Transmosis
A proactive vs reactive approach is increasingly valuable as technology, in particular, A.I. enables cybersecurity companies to engage in active threat hunting based on unusual behaviors. This is markedly different than reacting to an alert. In a proactive stance, cybersecurity analysts can mitigate potential threat scenarios long before they happen, as more cyber attacks have longer durations and are strategic in nature.