Jess Burn

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Microsoft Launches MDR And Hops On The Everything-As-A-Service Bandwagon

Jeff Pollard May 10, 2022
Everything-eventually-becomes-a-service which Microsoft demonstrates by launching its own version of managed detection & response. We discuss what CISOs need to know, how it will impact the market, and what to look for next.
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Build Better Bridges: Introducing Forrester’s BISO Role Profile

Jess Burn April 19, 2022
BISOs operate on behalf of the CISO, serving as an advisor to the business unit’s functional leaders. They also engage as a member of the business unit’s senior leadership team to understand, discuss, and advise on the intersection of strategic priorities and key IT and security risks.
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Our 2022 Top Recommendations For Your Security Program: CISOs Get An Offer They Can’t Refuse

Jeff Pollard April 6, 2022
The Coppola classic has a few surprising parallels with today's chief information security officer.
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The Return Of The Forrester Wave™: Cybersecurity Incident Response Services

Jess Burn April 4, 2022
The Forrester Wave™: Cybersecurity Incident Response Services, Q1 2022 is now live! This is the first evaluation of cybersecurity incident response service (CIRS) providers we’ve published since March of 2019. Remember 2019? Ah, those halcyon pre-pandemic days … back when most of us were traveling freely, meeting in person, blissfully unfamiliar with the challenges of […]
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So aktualisieren Sie Ihr Risikomanagement angesichts des Krieges in der Ukraine

Alla Valente 30 März 2022
Führende Risikomanagementunternehmen in Europa und weltweit sind bereits vom Krieg in der Ukraine und den gegen russische und weißrussische Akteure verhängten Sanktionen betroffen. Forrester-Analysten geben in diesem Beitrag ihre Einschätzung.
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Neem de volgende stappen om u goed voor te bereiden op het cyberveiligheidseffect van de oorlog in Oekraïne

Paul McKay March 29, 2022
Neem de volgende stappen om u goed voor te bereiden op het cyberveiligheidseffect van de oorlog in Oekraïne
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Mit diesen Schritten können Sie sich auf die Auswirkungen des Krieges in der Ukraine auf die Cybersicherheit vorbereiten und entsprechend handeln

Paul McKay 29 März 2022
11 Schritte, die Sie jetzt tun können, um Ihre Risiken und die Gefährdung durch Cyber-Bedrohungen im Zusammenhang mit dem Krieg zu verringern.
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Comment Mettre À Jour Votre Stratégie De Gestion Des Risques Face À La Guerre En Ukraine

Alla Valente 28 Mars 2022
Les leaders de la gestion des risques en Europe et dans le monde sont déjà impactés par la guerre en Ukraine et les sanctions imposées aux acteurs russes et biélorusses. Les analystes de Forrester fournissent leurs conseils dans cet article.
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Mesures Pour Vous Préparer Et Gérer Les Effets Sur La Cybersécurité De La Guerre En Ukraine

Paul McKay 28 Mars 2022
Onze choses que vous pouvez faire maintenant pour réduire vos risques et votre exposition aux cybermenaces liées à la guerre.
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Okta Lapsus$ Compromise: How To Make Sure You’re Protected

Merritt Maxim March 24, 2022
On Tuesday, March 22, 2022, identity-as-a-service (IDaaS) provider Okta announced that it had detected an attempt to compromise the account of a partner in January 2022. The announcement came after the hacking group Lapsus$ posted screenshots of a computer used by one of Okta’s third-party customer support engineers. As one of the largest IDaaS providers with […]
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Fix The Vulnerability Within: Break Gender Bias In Cybersecurity

Jinan Budge March 7, 2022
Forrester predicts that in 2022, one in 10 experienced security pros will exit the industry. This brain drain is the result of a few dynamics colliding: poor financial and advancement incentives; general stress and burnout impacting security teams; and cybersecurity’s dirty little secret, workplace toxicity! And cybersecurity isn’t immune to the hidden epidemic impacting women’s ability […]
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Here’s How To Update Your Risk Management Posture Given The War In Ukraine

Alla Valente February 28, 2022
Risk management leaders in Europe and worldwide are already being impacted by the war in Ukraine and the sanctions imposed on Russian and Belarusian actors. Forrester analysts provide their guidance in this post.
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Take These Steps To Prepare For And Handle The Cybersecurity Effects Of The War In Ukraine

Paul McKay February 28, 2022
Eleven things you can do now to reduce your risks and exposure to the cyber threats related to the war.
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What Does It Mean To Lead Security In 2022?

Jess Burn February 8, 2022
The last two years have put security leaders, their teams, and their programs to the test — and very much in the spotlight. Boards and executives now understand how closely trust is tied to business resilience and viability and are increasingly looking for the unique guidance and perspective a security leader has to offer. How […]
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OMB’s Zero Trust Strategy: Government Gets Good

David Holmes February 1, 2022
What a time to be alive! Hot on the heels of Forrester’s release of our definition of modern Zero Trust (ZT), the US Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a memo entitled Moving the US Government Toward Zero Trust Cybersecurity Principles. Coincidence? Yes. A big deal? Also, yes. If executed as mandated, not only […]
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The Definition Of Modern Zero Trust

David Holmes January 24, 2022
At the beginning of 2022, Zero Trust faces a bizarre dichotomy; it’s on the verge of becoming the de facto cybersecurity approach while simultaneously having many security practitioners decry it as “just a marketing ploy.” How did we, as the security community, arrive at such a precarious perch? Part of the problem, according to John […]
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Announcing Forrester’s New Research On Attack Surface Management

Jess Burn January 12, 2022
As I watched the December 2021 Log4j situation unfold (and it continues … ), the importance of IT asset visibility couldn’t have been clearer. So many security and IT teams struggle to maintain much-needed visibility into an increasingly complex and distributed IT environment because so much of an organization’s estate is unknown or undiscovered due […]
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The Cybersecurity Incident Response Market Abounds With Choice — But Please Choose Before You’re Hit!

Jess Burn December 6, 2021
Last week, we released the Forrester Now Tech: Cybersecurity Incident Response Services, Q4 2021. This research provides a comprehensive overview of the service provider landscape. In the report, we define and describe the vendor segments and then classify each of the 36 vendors into the appropriate segment based on functionality. We also provide information on key industries the vendors support and any reference customers they […]
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We Don’t Need Another Hero, But We Could Use Some CAPES

Jess Burn November 18, 2021
It’s safe to say, with phishing appearing perennially at the top of the attack vector list and business email compromise (BEC) causing $1.8 billion in losses to US businesses in 2020 alone, that email security is going to have a “what’s old is new again” moment as we move into 2022. While email security technology has been […]
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S&R Forum 2021 Preview: What It Means To Go To Market On Trust

Jess Burn November 5, 2021
Forrester’s Security & Risk Forum is just days away, and I am really looking forward to it. The theme for this year’s event is “Grow Trust. Drive Business.” We chose this theme for good reason — we believe companies that earn and retain trust among customers, employees, and partners drive revenue-generating loyalty behaviors like retention […]
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