The pandemic accelerated the move to remote working at warp speed, but the need for comprehensive endpoint management and visibility has always been a priority. Especially for organisations with mobile workforces and distributed networks, sites, facilities, and teams. It’s just even more important now.
When people and machines are dispersed (inside as well as outside an organisation), the attack surface available to potential hackers increases. That’s why it’s vital to have a central point of knowledge from which you can manage devices and data, deliver upgrades and patches, and monitor activity for anything suspicious.
Each device – be it a desktop, laptop, or tablet – needs to be visible in real-time. That’s what our Endpoint Management Service, delivered in partnership with industry leaders Tanium, gives you.
You can free you people to work from where need and want to while being able to centrally manage and ensure both the integrity of your data and systems, as well as identify risks, repel and deflect attacks.
Let’s talk about your organisation’s needs as we move into a new world of increased hybrid working and mobility against a background of rising cyber threats.
Penetration testing and red team assessments are terms sometimes used interchangeably but in reality, they serve different purposes and relate to different testing procedures. In this blog, we break down the differences between them and discuss when to start thinking about red team assessments.
After a very well received SASIG webinar centred on anonymisation, we look back on the important points raised by the panel and our Vice Chairman, Tarquin Folliss OBE, who led the discussion.
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