Raising the Bar on Cybersecurity

Published by Cyberfort

In the world of cybersecurity, compliance typically means adhering to the requirements of the law, or other regulatory stipulations, in order to protect your business and assets.

While it can be tempting to think that following the letter of the law is sufficient to secure your organisation against external threats and malicious actors, in practice focusing only on basic regulatory standards can have some serious shortcomings.

This whitepaper will explore the argument that, while becoming compliant with the security legislation that applies to your business is essential, making such regulations the entire basis of a cybersecurity strategy will fail to provide a sufficiently high security threshold to guard against ever more sophisticated threats. We explain why treating compliance as a panacea for security is unwise, and the further steps you can take to securing your business.

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