Attackers are always looking for access to your most valuable assets. That’s why they prey on your people and devices to gain passwords and credentials so they can steal data, shut-down your systems, corrupt your operations, or hold you to ransom.
Managing who (and which devices) can access your systems and databases is critical to keeping a strong defensive line against the bad guys. That can be complex, time-consuming, and costly, which is why our clients ask us to manage it all for them.
You define who has to privileges, and we manage their access so they can work seamlessly and with confidence. That enables them to focus on their work while we keep the doors locked.
Many consider reporting online crime futile but fraud isn’t something we should have to accept. So why are we doing just that?
There are a number of security benefits that can be gleaned from threat monitoring, automated vulnerability scanning and stringent security policies. However, penetration testing can be a useful asset in identifying exploitable security vulnerabilities and real threats facing your organisation.
In November Reliance acsn and techUK organised a round table with NHS trusts to discuss the challenges they continue to face in cyber space.
Cyber risk must be articulated as a fundamental business risk and regularly reviewed at board level. Yet in many organisations cyber is still considered a risk the IT department will address, despite the existential threat for the entire business that a cyber-attack poses.
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