Discover why this strategy and mindset applies to a meaningful cybersecurity practice 


The Left Of Bang Strategy And Mindset Also Applies To CybersecurityCybersecurity threats, including ransomware, malware and phishing, continue to grow and evolve, increasing risk for businesses of all sizes and across all industries. In fact, cybercrimes rank among the top ten global risks—ahead of the natural resources and debt crises, prolonged economic downturn and the use of weapons of mass destruction.

How Can The Left of Bang Mindset Help?

Left of bang is a compelling strategy to help enterprises go on the offensive and detect threats earlier to improve their cyber resilience. Our experts emphasize the importance of preventing a cyber attack, and that means responsibly guiding our customers to invest in the solutions that do so as part of a holistic cyber approach. 

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Beginning the journey toward a more proactive cybersecurity strategy can be overwhelming. WEI’s experienced security engineers can help enterprises navigate these complex waters, devising cybersecurity solutions that integrate left-of-bang and right-of-bang technologies.

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About The Authors

Patrick Van Horne is an author, entrepreneur, veteran, and consultant with nearly 20 years of experience in the private sector, local government, and the military. With extensive experience in organizational leadership and project management, Patrick co-founded The CP Journal. Patrick began his career as an officer in the United State Marine Corps after 9/11, deployed twice to Iraq with the 1st Battalion, Fourth Marine Regiment and served as a team leader for the Marine Corps’ innovative Combat Hunter program.

Jason A. Riley has served as a Marine Corps infantry officer since 2003, and is currently a Major in the Marine Corps Reserve. While on active duty, he served with 1st Battalion, 2nd Marines and deployed twice to Iraq. He also served as a Combat Advisor to the Afghan National Army in an Eastern province of Afghanistan. From 2009 until 2011, Jason served with the Marine Corps' Combat Hunter program, where he led a team of instructors, developed curriculum and courses, and taught behavioral analysis.