Enterprises are frequently deploying new security tools and services to address needs and threats. A key consideration is how to integrate these various offerings—in many cases provided by different vendors—into the existing infrastructure to support a cohesive security strategy.
The move to the cloud has made security integration somewhat easier, but the process can still be a major hurdle for organizations as they try to build strong protection against the latest threats. Here are some of the challenges they might face and how can they effectively address them.
1. Too many security tools
A common security integration problem stems from something many organizations are doing: deploying too many security products and services.
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