How can you mitigate risk when faced with unprecedented events?
The increasingly diverse and fast-evolving risk landscape of 2020 is isolating the signals in the noise of big data to identify risks. When it comes to security, companies need to be prepared to act before a crisis breaks out.
We know 39 percent of security professionals say there is a lack of consensus regarding what constitutes a crisis in their company. And furthermore, 35 percent delay making decisions as they don’t have a complete understanding of the incident (Dataminr 2019).
The outbreak of COVID-19 is one very tangible example. Companies all over the world have suddenly had to adapt to millions of their employees working from home, using unsecured networks or devices. Yet businesses need to keep business-critical processes functioning.
Without a steady stream of accurate data, crisis management efforts can fall short, leaving the company’s people and assets woefully unprepared and unprotected.
So how can real-time technology help you get the critical information first, empowering you to protect your assets, reputation, and respond to physical threats with confidence?
Join Dataminr and a group of security thought leaders for a virtual discussion on how to build resilience in the face of the unexpected.