Cybersecurity teams have been using their own version of the old football playbook for more than a decade. They use security playbooks to protect their companies against incoming attacks, recover from breaches, and create customized sequences of tasks and routines.
The security game is changing rapidly, and so must the play‑calling. Cybercrime is rampant, causing an estimated $600 billion in global corporate losses in 2017, according to a 2018 survey by McAfee. That’s a tenfold increase over similar estimates from 2016. Read more.