VIPRE Security Group eBook reveals cybersecurity expertise

VIPRE Security Group has released its latest qualitative research-based eBook, which explores the three pillars of a robust cybersecurity approach: people, process, and technology, as outlined by 16 cybersecurity experts.

2022 demonstrated that the cyber threat landscape is constantly evolving, with 39 per cent of organisations across the United Kingdom experiencing an attack in 2022. Of these attacks, the primary attack vector was phishing attempts, though 1 in 5 organisations also experienced a more sophisticated method, such as denial of service, malware, or ransomware.

As attack methods increase and become more innovative, it is crucial that businesses invest in the right protection – including security awareness training and technology security solutions. However, it is important not to consider these investments in siloes, but rather a 360-degree layered approach to cybersecurity.

The three attributes that enable a comprehensive cybersecurity defence and protect businesses against the constant threats that continue to emerge are people, process, and technology (PPT) – which the 16 cybersecurity experts explore in more detail across VIPRE’s latest eBook.

As outlined by the experts, a multifaceted approach is crucial to battle the ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape, and each pillar should not be considered in isolation. Instead, organisations will gain the most value by combining process, people, and technology attributes to build a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy, supported across the entire organisation.

Andrea Babbs, UK General Manager, VIPRE Security Group said, “our latest eBook demonstrates that the integration of the three pillars – people, process, and technology – is vital in achieving the best defence possible for an organisation.”

“However, as highlighted by our experts, this is not a simple task. It requires more than just a mechanical approach. Integration of the three requires a human touch, coupled with logistical acumen and technical skills. When speaking of people, process, and technology, the sum of the parts is infinitely greater than the whole.”

VIPRE is also offering customers a free self-assessment quiz to help individuals take a reflective look at their current security understanding against well-known best practices by considering the three pillars of PPT. This quiz can help organisations to better protect themselves against existing threats – from email attacks to phishing. It also provides peace of mind and benchmarks what organisations are doing well, in addition to highlighting any areas for potential improvement.

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