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Technical Debt & Cybersecurity: The Hidden Risks of Legacy Infrastructure

According to a current IDC report, global security spending will reach $219 billion this year and balloon to $300 billion by 2026. Threats stem from a variety of sources, including organized crime, hackers, insiders, terrorists, and bot network operators, but no matter the source, cyberattacks are costly and damaging to brands, impacting not only their reputations but their ability to reliably deliver products and services. It is no wonder, then, that cybersecurity has become one of the most important IT issues facing organizations today.

Yet while organizations continue to onboard costly cybersecurity tools, they may be missing other effective opportunities for mitigating vulnerabilities in their environment.

Infrastructure technical debt is a significant source of vulnerabilities.

In this whitepaper, we’re going to look at what infrastructure
technical debt actually is, what drives it, and why it’s such a
security concern. We’ll look at strategies to help you:

  • Find infrastructure technical debt
  • Get visibility over the vulnerabilities and risks
    associated with each instance of technical debt
  • Mitigate and minimize the cybersecurity risks
  • Protect your infrastructure and data

Identifying and remediating technical debt in your
infrastructure is a cost effective and sustainable strategy for
reducing security risks in your business IT.

Download whitepaper now for free:

Author:

Andreas Gieseke

Chief Technology & Product
Officer Managing Director

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// Whitepaper

Technical Debt & Cybersecurity: The Hidden Risks of Legacy Infrastructure

According to a current IDC report, global security spending will reach $219 billion this year and balloon to $300 billion by 2026. Threats stem from a variety of sources, including organized crime, hackers, insiders, terrorists, and bot network operators, but no matter the source, cyberattacks are costly and damaging to brands, impacting not only their reputations but their ability to reliably deliver products and services. It is no wonder, then, that cybersecurity has become one of the most important IT issues facing organizations today.

Yet while organizations continue to onboard costly cybersecurity tools, they may be missing other effective opportunities for mitigating vulnerabilities in their environment.
Infrastructure technical debt is a significant source of vulnerabilities.

In this whitepaper, we’re going to look at what infrastructure
technical debt actually is, what drives it, and why it’s such a
security concern. We’ll look at strategies to help you:

  • Find infrastructure technical debt
  • Get visibility over the vulnerabilities and risks
    associated with each instance of technical debt
  • Mitigate and minimize the cybersecurity risks
  • Protect your infrastructure and data

Identifying and remediating technical debt in your
infrastructure is a cost effective and sustainable strategy for
reducing security risks in your business IT.

Download whitepaper now for free:

Author:

Andreas Gieseke

Chief Technology & Product Officer Managing Director

Related links:

Share whitepaper.