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Risky Business: The Fifth Element

Preston Hogue writes for Security Week, explaining the fifth element of risk transfer: Sec-aaS.
May 08, 2018
1 min. read

Previously, I talked about the elegant beauty in offloading parts of your risk portfolio in four distinct ways.

The logic is to streamline the company’s mitigation efforts and allow you to focus more time and investment where it matters most—on the unique risks inherent to the business.

But there is a fifth element, and it is going to be in your future. While security-as-a-service for functions like WAF and DDoS protection are well-established, they are just the beginning of a new industry that is emerging around consumption-based security models.

Read the full article published March 28, 2018 here: https://www.securityweek.com/risky-business-fifth-element by Security Week.

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