Practice Proactive Security Hygiene

Practice Proactive Security Hygiene

Security hygiene and posture management has become increasingly difficult because of factors like a growing attack surface, the increased use of cloud computing, and the need to support a remote workforce.

To assess how organizations approach SHPM today, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) recently surveyed IT and cybersecurity professionals to highlight what they believe their organizations should do to improve their security controls.

Download this e-brief to dive deeper into key findings from the research and gain a better understanding of why:

  • SHPM remains immature but is garnering more attention
  • The growing external attack surface is a consistent risk
  • Security testing is valuable but mismanaged
  • SHPM spending will continue despite macroeconomic pressure

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