Playbook Volume 9 - ChannelVision Magazine

An evolving threat landscape, increasingly so- phisticated attacks and more cunning attackers mean buyers and sellers of security solutions must be ever-aware and vigilant or face the well-publi- cized and widely reported ramifications. “The existing tools and resources that organiza- tions used in the past may no longer be applicable to the modern threat and regulatory landscape,” said Tony Rock, vice president at Lockpath, a provider of corporate governance, risk management, regulatory compliance and information security software. “In light of this challenge, many organizations will find that they have to change the way they’re doing busi- ness.” With that in mind, ChannelVision questioned Rock and a panel of security experts about the cur- rent security challenges and emerging threats facing business networks and employees, and the opportu- Threats and Opportunities U nlike a phone line, storage space, contact center suite or even private data line, all of which a company can set-up and assume will work properly for some time, security services must be continually reconsidered and possibly re-deployed. A panel of cybersecurity experts discuss the current challenges facing business networks and the opportunities they provide to channel partners By Martin Vilaboy 4 THE CHANNEL MANAGER’S PLAYBOOK