Why even smaller enterprises should consider nation-state quality cyber defenses

Recent events are forcing smaller enterprises to reconsider their security posture.

 

By Druce MacFarlane  September 11th, 2017

 

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Traditionally, there was a stratification of security requirements influenced by organization size.  These requirements imposed expenses, policies, and processes – and were often a balance between efficacy and convenience.  

 

Governments, for example, were often prime targets.  The government adversary is typically another nation state with deep pockets and high motivation for espionage or worse.  Governments must assume that there will be groups of professionals targeting them and security is robust. 

 

Some large enterprises found themselves in similar situations.  The reward for successfully compromising a financial institution is high.  Financial institutions recognize that they are attractive targets, so they create comprehensive security solutions as insulation from possible attacks.  

 

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