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Why It Is Always Time To Rebalance Your Cybersecurity Portfolio

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Dan Woods article in Forbes this week is spot on. It is time we manage cyber like a portfolio and business. Its great to see his views and it helps to confirm our vision of "cyber as a business platform.."  Great work Dan.

Excerpt from Forbes Article:

 " I’ve been using the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s framework to help guide the series of articles on the cybersecurity portfolio, which emphasizes five key categories over which companies need to spread their security spend: 1) Identify, 2) Protect, 3) Detect, 4) Respond, and 5) Recover. " 

Read the full article on Forbes.

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