History has taught us that regulatory compliance does not equal cybersecurity. The traditional objection is that compliance is a checklist exercise, a point-in-time assessment of how you meet regulatory standards. Security professionals view these regulatory standards as outdated, inadequate, and often only meet the minimum requirements for security.
The threat landscape is constantly changing. Security teams are faced with one million new malware variants per day. New multi-vectored fileless attacks and emerging global attacks are hiding in the dark web.