Managing Security in
the Digital Era

Cyber threats are constantly evolving and
data protection rules are getting tougher.

How successfully are European businesses actually responding to these challenges?  And how do Managed Security Services Providers help?

The answers to these questions can be found in a major research study of 200 senior information and security professionals from the UK and Europe.  Conducted in February 2017 by PAC and sponsored by Reliance acsn, this report uncovered key drivers of growing cyber security awareness from the business, and uncovered clear insights into why European businesses are partnering with Managed Security Services Providers (MSSPs) to improve the effectiveness of their IT security.


Key findings:

A managed security service can save you money

69% of respondents report that cost savings and efficiencies were the major goals driving their MSSP adoption.  Find out how Reliance acsn’s managed security services can help you deliver a more robust level of security, more cost effectively.

New mobile and cloud technologies increase your security risks

74% of respondents recognise that the growing use of smartphones creates new cyber threats for their organisations, while 67% are concerned about the security of cloud solutions.  Our prepare services are specially designed to help you adopt new technologies, without increasing business risk.

Businesses don’t yet understand the impact of new legislation

Only 20% of respondents say that the new EU General Data Protection Regulation is a good reason to employ an MSSP, which probably indicates that the impact of this new legislation is, as yet, little understood. Speak with Reliance acsn’s experts to find out how it will impact your organisation and request a compliance review.

Are you ready to stand up to “new world criminals”?

The research report includes a preface from John Madelin, CEO of Reliance acsn, in which he suggests that businesses are now, more than ever before, ready to “stem the tide of new world criminals” who penetrate corporate networks, spy on transactions and steal data. This is partly because of an increased awareness of the impacts and costs of cybercrime, but perhaps mostly because of new appreciation of the value of digital business assets.