Why maturity is integral to driving authorization strategies forward
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Large-scale change is challenging for organizations, especially when transitioning from legacy systems and processes to newer and more efficient methods. While navigating change can be tough, a phased approach fosters a smoother transition for people across all departments, and in some cases, across regions.
This approach is particularly important in cybersecurity.
Traditionally, organizations treat cybersecurity initiatives with a sense of urgency as a short-term response to increased security threats or as an aftermath following security breaches. To effectively plan an authorization strategy and apply it across the business, a long-term outlook is required.
This is where maturity comes in.
A maturity-based approach to cybersecurity allows all aspects of the business to be carefully considered throughout the development of an authorization strategy. It ensures that there are less gaps during the implementation process by addressing challenges early.
Our white paper captures key considerations your organization should review to understand how maturity plays a role in driving the shift to a dynamic authorization strategy.