Unless you live under a rock, you’ve likely seen a recent top news headline with the words “security breach” somewhere in there. This is not the type of press companies want to be recognized for, and it is even worse for the millions of customers who are left out in the cold when their unauthorized information is made public. High-profile security breaches are becoming more common every year as cyber criminals are becoming more sophisticated in finding new security vulnerabilities to penetrate to access protected data. These hackers aren’t planning to ease up on businesses anytime soon, either. With that in mind, the best course of action for organizations is to rapidly test, identify and fix where they are most vulnerable.