In 2021, Microsoft declared it will invest over $1 billion every year to improve security as a foundation for its customers. For decades, Microsoft has operated to grow and nurture its partner ecosystem and the company’s future growth relies on strong security partners like Edgile.
Many enterprises are unintentionally losing the battle to keep up with regulations and maintain compliance due to siloed management. Allowing specialists to handle rules in… Read More »How the C-Suite is Blinded by Compartmentalized Compliance Efforts
Whether it’s the frequency and visibility of breaches or the transfer of regulation from the federal government to the states, one thing is certain: The… Read More »GDPR: It’s Just the Tip of the Iceberg in Regulatory Change
In conversations with my cybersecurity colleagues, a question that often comes up is, “Do we have defensible perimeters?” Today’s users—with access to multiple devices and… Read More »How the Cloud Might Actually Shrink Your Exposure to Cyber Risk
Enterprises are finding that their historical approaches to managing risk are untenable. Edgile is helping organizations keep abreast of the new compliance mandates through regulatory… Read More »A Driving Force in Managing Risk in The Evolving Digital Age
Buying technology to solve urgent IAM security issues has become all too common. But the most successful CISOs focus on a strategic, holistic risk analysis… Read More »Seven Critical Factors for an Optimized IAM Security Investment
According to Gartner, businesses are increasing their cybersecurity budgets 18% a year. But data breaches increased at a rate of more than 40% from 2015… Read More »Are Businesses Shortchanging Cybersecurity or Shortchanging Change Itself?
Thanks to the New York State Department of Financial Services (NY DFS) cyber security requirements, financial services firms everywhere—not just those based in New York—may… Read More »5 Things FinServ Firms Should Know About the NY Cyber Law