The Seven Cybersecurity Habits of Digital Disruptors

The Seven Cybersecurity Habits of Digital Disruptors

This IDC Perspective discusses the seven cybersecurity habits of digital disruptors. One of the most difficult aspects of digital transformation is to determine the level of risk and, ultimately, controls to apply to an initiative. Too much security may result in heavy overhead, and too little security risks catastrophic breach. Mature digital disruptors and transformers have cracked the code for cybersecurity and demonstrate seven habits that help them protect the initiative while allowing it to thrive."Every organization should consider the characteristics of digital disruptors," said Pete Lindstrom, VP of Security Strategies, "they show how understanding and measuring risk so an organization can implement appropriate controls aligned with the business can truly enable digital transformation."

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Executive Snapshot
Situation Overview
They Are Quants
They Are Frugal
They Have the Fewest Incidents
They Embrace Security at Scale
They Recognize Security Value
They Embrace Security Innovation
They Rely on Two-Way Trustworthiness for Business
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