The first fundamental principle in cybersecurity is comprehensive defense
Director, Government & PSU (India & SAARC) - Check Point
“In this era, the spotlight is on the surge of new cyber attack reports in 2022, marking a progression from 2019 when large-scale attacks were first observed. Despite a reduction in the sheer number of attacks, their potential impact has increased exponentially. Notably, state-sponsored invasions are on the rise, with attacks on utilities reaching unprecedented levels in India. Additionally, the infamous occurrence of an entire country being held ransom due to ransomware underscores the critical need for robust cybersecurity strategies. The first fundamental principle in cybersecurity is comprehensive defense, closely followed by the second principle of consolidation. As the landscape involves dealing with diverse siloed solutions, there is a growing conversation about consolidating these security measures—an idea endorsed by Gartner. Collaborative information sharing emerges as the third key principle, emphasizing the importance of a united front against cyber threats. Preparing a response plan involves understanding cyber hygiene, with the realization that the human element plays a pivotal role. The second aspect is cultivating a prevention mindset, transcending mere protection to actively preventing challenges. Artificial intelligence (AI) becomes indispensable in this scenario, given the vast amounts of data involved, ensuring a faster, more efficient, and effective response. The comprehensive, consolidated, collaborative, and AI-driven approach forms the foundation of cybersecurity preparedness.”
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