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Which security products do enterprises expect too much from?

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, Feb 11, 2016.

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    Enterprises rely on some security products too much while counting on others too little. One product category that companies place too much faith in is encryption, which has vulnerabilities. The OpenSSL web encryption technology’s infamous Heartbleed vulnerability is one example.

    Enterprises should assess their information security stance in light of the vulnerabilities that have actually given attackers a foothold and lead to costly breaches, whether for their organization or for their peers. Where an off-kilter reliance on some security products is the crack in these defenses, look at a more effective combination of tools. Don’t ignore tools that are effective yet limit some usability. Security products that enable a lot of usability while masking danger are among those that we do and will continue to count on too much.

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