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Boost Security with These Gartner-Recommended Projects

Is your security team struggling to decide which projects will slash risk the most without breaking the bank? If so, we believe your security leaders can end analysis paralysis by perusing Gartner’s “Top 10 Security Projects for 2019” report. As its title states, the report recommends ten security projects for 2019, and the projects selected are supported by technologies available today, address the changing needs of cybersecurity and support what Gartner calls a CARTA (Continuous Adaptive Risk and Trust Assessment) strategic approach through risk prioritization.

Below we highlight five of the projects, provide Gartner’s take, offer our opinion, and explain how Qualys can help you implement them.

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Gartner: The Pursuit of Perfection Weakens InfoSec Effectiveness

While malicious hackers are the obvious enemies of InfoSec pros, there’s something else that puts IT environments in danger: Perfectionism.

When applied to security, perfectionism becomes detrimental, creating a false certainty that all bases are covered and yielding a fundamentally flawed approach to protecting enterprises from attacks, according to Neil MacDonald, a Gartner Distinguished Analyst and Vice President.

“Perfect security is impossible,” MacDonald said during a keynote speech at the Qualys Security Conference 2017 on Thursday.

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