The key to cybersecurity? Controlling chaos. | Freethink

The key to cybersecurity? Controlling chaos. | Dean Sysman | Axonius
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Organizations face a different world for cybersecurity now. Networks are growing fast, and with that increased scale inevitably comes increased complexity.

And that means many companies are vulnerable to security breaches. “Today, organizations know they will be breached,” says Dean Sysman, the co-founder and CEO of cybersecurity firm Axonius. “The question is not if, but when.”

But you can’t protect the assets you don’t know about, and that’s where Axonius comes in.
Axonius specializes in cybersecurity asset management, allowing organizations to see — as well as understand and address — all of the devices and software in their environment at any given time, which is a fundamental part of cybersecurity.

“Cybersecurity begins with two very basic questions,” says Renee Wynn, former CIO of NASA and former deputy CIO, EPA. “Who is on your network? And what is on your network?”
Axonius was founded to answer those two questions.

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This video was created in partnership with Axonius.


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