Data breaches, phishing scams and malware are still making headlines. The impact of losing information of millions of customers can result in significant financial consequences, along with disrupted business productivity and reputational damage. Inevitably, the dreaded question is: "Could this happen to us?"What would be the potential loss of a successful attack to your systems, and where are threat actors most likely to strike? Many organisations lack the visibility to answer these questions with certainty. But what if we could answer with authority, backed with risk-informed data?
We shouldn't dread the question, but turn adversity into advantage. Making sure you have sufficient insights and knowledge into your organisation’s digital attack surface will result in more effective security strategies, consequently improving your teams’ and business productivity.
Gathering the required information can be a difficult process. Most of the time, the first steps are hard to define. To help you understand the business value and the tools needed to tackle the challenge, Fortem Information Technology hosts a webinar together with Cybersprint.
In this webinar, we will show you how taking control over your digital footprint will help you to identify the potential vulnerabilities in your brand’s digital attack surface. We’ll explain how you can leverage it to decrease risks, and help answer board questions without hesitance.
In addition, we have invited one of our customers, a large multinational bank, to talk about their experiences in mapping and securing their digital footprint. Financial institutions must keep a multitude of sensitive information sources secure, while adhering to many regulatory restrictions. Discussing the challenges they faced, and what they have learnt along the way will put the theory into practical perspective.
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