We don’t block, we anticipate and defend – and we instil a lasting legacy of security awareness, too, through security posture assessment, testing, Virtual CISO (VCISO) services, and security training for your people.
We predict cyber attackers’ first and next moves, constantly refocusing our experts’ analysis, monitoring, detection and response where the risk to your people, assets and revenues is greatest.
You’re busy running an organisation – so leave the cyber security to us.
From Managed Security Services (MSS) to Managed Detection and Response (MDR), Managed Privilege Access Management (MPAM) to Managed Cloud Services and Endpoint Management – the pattern is clear: when it comes to defending you against cyber threats, it’s on us, 24x7x365.
Your cyber vulnerabilities exposed – before they expose you.
Penetration Testing, combined with Threat Modelling, Perimeter Assurance and Testing, User Awareness Testing, and simulated attacks, are just a few examples of how we highlight your security weaknesses before attackers exploit them. Expert, actionable advice on next steps is all part of the process.
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Being asked to email your card details to gain a refund is not a great process but is something I was asked to do recently. Why not, you might ask? Shaun Wakefield explains.
With days to go to the G7 Summit in Cornwall, the group of seven leading economies have some big issues on their agenda. The pandemic and climate change will no doubt dominate but what about cyber and the scourge of ransomware that is hitting so many organisations?
Reliance acsn’s Vice-Chairman, Tarquin Folliss, asks Dr Buchanan if a large part of our vulnerability to the disruptive consequences of cyber-attacks is a consequence of our failure to protect adequately what is critical to us?
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