Cyber Security 360
High business risk
Due to previous limitations in the cyber security ecosystem, it has been common for many businesses to have single layer cyber security controls. This is not sufficient to protect UK business in the evolving threat landscape, as acknowledged by both the UK Government and National Centre for Cyber Security. Affordability, complexity, in-house capability, capacity and competing business priorities have left many business "out in the cold" when it comes to resilient cyber security.
Multiple layers are needed
To address these challenges, organisations need to adopt a multi-layered and consolidated approach to their cybersecurity capabilities that consolidates and simplifies the overall strategy and removes the need for complex disparate cybersecurity tools and integrations. On average business cyber security functions have:
Its a given that a multi-layered cyber security solution is critical to mitigating the business impact of a major cyber incident. However for this to become accessible we must simplify the overall security infrastructure by reducing the number of security tools and systems and standardising a smaller set of well implemented and integrated security solutions. This approach not only helps reduce operational overhead required to maintain platforms, but can support increase automation and allow internal teams to focus on actually securing an organisation’s environment and information.
Built around XDR
What is needed is a single XDR cloud based platform that leverages AI to drive down SOC resource requirements, has a single integrated console and platform, is easy to use and is the only solution you need. The platform should offer multi-level protection, greatly reduced mean time to detect, investigate and respond to incidents and reduced the total cost of ownership. SOC efficiency is more important today than ever. For example the average Ransomware attack duration has decreased from sixty eight days in 2019 to four days in 2022. Attackers are getting faster and more sophisticated. Manual SOC response in the average business is simply not quick enough.
A simplified security program also streamlines security operations by reducing the number of security tools that need to be managed. This reduces the time and resources needed to maintain the security infrastructure, freeing up personnel to focus on other critical tasks.
More compliant and robust
With a simplified security program, organisations can more easily demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements, such as PCI DSS, HIPAA, and GDPR. Also, with Cyber Security 360 compliance comes out of the box. Keeping technology within one environment ensures that the security infrastructure is interconnected and entirely aligned with industry regulations and standards. Most importantly, consolidation and simplification can also help to improve the overall security posture of the organisation. By ensuring the proper design and implementation of harmonised security technologies, organisations can more effectively manage and respond to security threats, reducing the risk of data breaches and other security incidents.
Our products and expertise help drive down complexity and ultimately improve ROI and TCO
By adopting a consolidated and simplified multi-layer approach to cybersecurity, organisations can improve productivity, boost ROI, maintain compliance, and ultimately secure systems and data. One of the main concerns for businesses and the board of directors when discussing cybersecurity is return on investment (ROI). Consolidation and simplification is one of the best ways to do more with less and increase the ROI for modern security systems. Improved ROI is achieved by reducing the cost of managing and maintaining the security infrastructure. By standardising a smaller set of security solutions, organisations can reduce licensing costs, maintenance costs, and training costs, resulting in a more cost-effective security approach.
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