We know servers to be an attacker’s ultimate target, but while they do store or process large amounts of sensitive data, the argument can be made that the attack surface is somewhat limited and thus more secure. True, non-IT users don’t usually have access to servers, meaning less non-qualified users making bad choices, but that doesn’t mean servers are immune to cyber risk and should be left unprotected.
Today we offer a different look at server risk and server security by examining the risk resulting from the inability to gain visibility and maintain control – the risk that feeds on our limitations as humans.
The more often we need to fill the technology gap with human-centric processes, the more often we need to rely on humans’ attentiveness and thoroughness, increasing the chance that an error will be made which will persist through countless audits and infrastructure changes, to be discovered and exploited by an attacker, and become a springboard that will propel the organization right into the media spotlight.
View this webinar and walk away with an understanding of how:
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