We have seen disruptions affect every industry during the last millennia. From chemical photography to digital photography, from horse drawn carriages to supersonic flight, from shovels to hydraulic excavators, from the telegraph to the telephone and of course from manual computation to modern computers and smart phones which brings rise to the likes of Uber, Facebook, Twitter, etc. for even more disruptions.

So, why is it that we tend to scoff when a cyber security disruption is brought to our attention?

Effective Cyber Protection

Is good really good enough when your productivity, profitability and corporate reputation is at stake? What defines effective?  At one point if we could detect a signature and prevent future occurrences it was considered effective. Then the introduction of behavior-based technologies like sandboxes allowed for the detonation of malware in secure, quarantined areas so that production environments would not be affected.

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