We can simply define “digital risk” as the consequences of adopting new technologies. These consequences are new and unexpected. Managing digital risk means that you understand the implications of adopting certain technologies—in other words, adopting technologies in a way that lowers digital risk within your organizations.
Digital risk refers to unwanted—and often unexpected—outcomes stemming from digital transformation and the adoption of related technologies.
Lack of visibility - without discovery solutions in place the companies are unable to identify their digital assets (websites, domains etc), APIs (on premise and cloud), data transfers and users activities over messaging platforms or PII data for compliance reasons.
Phishing attacks and impersonation attempts are increasing year over year and without a proper solution able to detect impersonation a company is prone to ransomware, malware or leaked data incidents.
Most enterprise messaging platforms lack granular control over file transfer, desktop sharing and meeting participants.
Most enterprise messaging platforms lack malware detection and protection for attacks with infected files or links.