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Mar 20 2017   8:17PM GMT

holistic security

Kaitlin Herbert Kaitlin Herbert Profile: Kaitlin Herbert

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Attack surface
iot security
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Holistic security is an approach that seeks to integrate all the elements designed to safeguard an organization, considering them as a complex and interconnected system. The ultimate purpose of holistic security is continuous protection across all attack surfaces: the totality of all physical, software, network and human exposure. Continued…

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“There are far too many technologies built to different standards and specifications by multiple vendors, making it impractical for one company to provide a holistic security solution alone.” – Sanjay Khatri

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It only takes one user ________ security policies to give an attacker access to network data.
A. flouting
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