At the RSA Conference, Tufin announced the results of a survey of 169 security professionals on the current state of security operations.
The recent revelations about NSA surveillance efforts, and especially the claims that the agency has been persuading or forcing software developers to put in backdoors into their offerings and has prevented them from talking about it publicly, has left many users wondering how they can be sure that the software they plan to use will not be used against them.
We live in a world where assurance is a precious commodity.
After all the revelations about NSA’s spying efforts, and especially after the disclosure of details about its Bullrun program aimed at subverting encryption standards and efforts around the world, the question has been raised of whether any encryption software can be trusted.
Learn how one security analyst from a Fortune 500 company, used a GRC tool to automate management of IT controls, verify compliance with policy, and document everything for auditors.
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