Practicing preventive measures is just as important for security as it is for personal health. Identifying weaknesses and building strength should be your MO when building a security program for your organization.
In a recent article on Dark Reading, Get Fit: Remove Security Weaknesses, Ted Gary draws analogies between personal health and fitness programs to information security, illustrating his point that creating good cyber hygiene involves building core strength, monitoring for problems, and acting on warning signs. Ted also recommends Tenable’s upcoming webinar, 10 Weaknesses Your Adversaries Know About, but You Don’t, for more details and discussions.
This article appears on behalf of Tenable Network Security as part of a Partner Perspectives initiative that Dark Reading is hosting this month.