Frost & Sullivan has published a white paper that explains a company-developed approach for helping other organizations to prevent, detect and remediate cybersecurity threats to infrastructure.
The Threat Response Adaptive Core Ecosystem, or TRACE, framework aims to facilitate holistic management of enterprise systems with both technology and human expertise, Charles Lim, senior industry analyst at Frost & Sullivan’s cyber security practice, said Thursday.
The approach is designed to encompass access management, email and web security, network threat protection, human factor mitigation, vulnerability management, analytics and application protection.
Frost & Sullivan wants enterprises to adopt TRACE as a guide to help them evaluate their cyber ecosystems and identify tools against potential threats.
The consulting firm also urged security technology vendors to implement a holistic approach to improve threat protection systems as well as develop a related detection and remediation strategy for end users.