Each business is different and requires diverse security measures and best practices, yet each security division runs into similar barriers when trying to convince management to loosen the purse strings.
Security experts shared their tips and advice on how to build a risk threat model, at Rapid7’s United security summit 2013.
John Pescatore, director emerging security trends at SANs believes different environments require different security gauges.
“A car has a check light for when running out of gas," said Pescatore. "A boat has different gauges to not just gas but to show depth. A plane has gauges on gas, if the wings are level, etc. All environments are different and require different protections. Attackers target anyone that has information that be sold.”