Shared services specialist Delt (www.deltservices.com) delivers a wide range of key services, including IT, Payroll, HR and Print Services, to a rapidly growing portfolio of public sector customers in the South West, including NHS England, the regional Clinical Commissioning Group, Plymouth and Torbay Councils, Plym Academy Trust, and many other vital healthcare, education and community entities.
But with recent incidents bringing these organisations’ cyber security under more intense scrutiny from central Government than ever before, reactive strategies based around security software had been exposed as ineffective.
To deliver security that was fit for purpose, Delt needed to be able to constantly monitor its customers’ networks, analyse evolving data, and use this to counter threats predictively.
This produced a number of challenges.
With a growing customer base, Delt needed to deploy security rapidly across the complexities of multiple sites with highly differentiated requirements (every GP practice, for example, is essentially an independent business, with its own operational processes and procedures).
They needed to change users’ behaviours as frictionlessly as possible, so that they learnt to act securely by default.
And they needed to demonstrate real value for money and ROI against the additional Government cyber security funding that had been made available in the wake of the WannaCry attack.
On all counts – and more – Reliance acsn delivered.
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