Security by Design: How to Reduce the Attack Surface

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Studies show one in 10 adults have been a victim of cybercrime. With attacks on the rise and security budgets failing to keep up, it’s crucial that businesses look at more cost-effective methods to grow and improve their security infrastructure.

The days of retrofitting cybersecurity are coming to an end. As businesses grow and transform with additional platforms and applications, the changes in risks to business continuity and compliance need to be taken into account. In order to protect your important assets, data and reduce risk overall, minimizing the attack surface is crucial.

Being secure by design can combat this, helping to reroute resources to where they’re needed most, protecting new processes and attack vectors, and reducing the attack surface.

Download this whitepaper to find out more about becoming secure by design.

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