From an often ignored IT issue to becoming a boardroom priority, the role of cybersecurity has changed dramatically in the past few years. In the wake of high-profile data breaches, increased regulatory, compliance, and cyber insurance requirements—and the brand damage impact on company valuation—it’s no wonder the game has changed.
In most cases, good cybersecurity can avoid these issues and lower the cost of cyber insurance premiums for organizations that can demonstrate and quantify security teams’ capabilities, processes, and technology.
For these reasons and more, business leaders and security professionals are looking for every advantage they can get when securing their brand reputations and their customers’ data.
There are undoubtedly many tools, best practices, and training programs that organizations can use to improve their security posture, optimize their technology stack, and dial in their incident response. Each of these security components must work in harmony, to achieve the results security professionals and organizations require to react effectively to real-world threat events.
Fortunately, as threats have evolved, so have the resources available for organizations to fight back.
One of the most efficient and cost-effective ways to optimize your security teams and overall security posture is integrating a cyber range into a comprehensive security readiness program. But just what is a cyber range and how can your organization use it to your advantage?
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