Why big brands must shift their focus to super-fast threat detection 

Why big brands must shift their focus to super-fast threat detection 

Alan Platt, COO of CyberHive, explains how a string of high-profile incidents should prompt major companies to accept the inevitability of breaches, stop obsessing only about border security and protect themselves with rapid detection using new technologies such as cryptographically secured whitelisting. 

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