The evolution of technologies in the digital space implies parallel developments in security measures as well. With technologies like cloud computing or IoT, where the applications are limitless, a security loophole or attack cannot be speculated. The endless application possibilities technologies offer is added leeway for cyberspace attackers and hackers to find their way in and invade highly private data. The attack surface is larger for organizations that work in a “connected” environment with their employees and clients.
Security measures for enterprises must integrate all their safety walls and address all the potential threats and rise to the occasion when a newfound attack is detected. A one-size-fits-all approach would herein fail to be helpful in the case of enterprise security.
Having studied the market need for niche solutions in enterprise security, many start-ups have mushroomed, providing client-based, flexible services pushing industry giants aside. They are very diligent with market trends and provide customers with services that best fit the slot. Tailor-made solutions for the new ‘work-from-home attacks’ that have stemmed due to the pandemic restricting people the safety office systems provide is the best example to prove how start-ups are conquering the trade. Solving this problem would mean doubling down on Identity and Access Management (IAM )with tools capable of intelligently analyzing user activity, resource requests, and corporate connective habits to allow streamlined sign-in when it’s safe to do so — and require extra authentication if potential problems are detected.
We present to you Enterprise Security Magazine’s “Top 10 Enterprise Security Startups - 2021.”