Organizations shouldn't wait until they are the targets of sophisticated attacks to take action, according to a panel discussion at SC Congress New York.
The modern-day security operations center isn't just focused on physical surveillance. Many organizations have built situation rooms specifically to protect data and respond to cyberthreats.
In today's sophisticated malware and intrusion tactics, organizations should already assume they have been compromised. The key is readiness, says Larry Whiteside, CISO, Visiting Nurse Service of N.Y.
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