The security of critical systems, applications and data has long been a priority for IT professionals. However, in recent years, cybersecurity has evolved to become a business imperative, with discussions more frequently taking place in the boardroom than the comms room.
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The cybersecurity landscape is continually evolving, with the volume and variety of potential threats continuing to rise. Of course, not all cybersecurity incidents are the result of malicious outsiders leveraging malware, ransomware, DDoS, or phishing attacks. Sometimes it’s simply a matter of misconfigured systems, poor policy enforcement or old-fashioned human error.
The systems we deploy, from firewalls and End Point security to BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policies to cloud security, are all designed to make good practice as easy and as intuitive as possible. Certainly, there’s industrial-grade encryption and behavioural analytics going on behind the scenes. But that’s only half of it. Click below for the full story.
Secure by Design
A strong security stance dictates the use of both prevention technologies (designed to stop external threats) and protection technologies (designed to keep your data secure in the event of a breach). However, your data and systems are only as secure as the policies enforced, and the best practices adopted by users.
Many organisations are moving towards the concept of zero trust architecture, where every stage of digital engagement needs to be verified, whether it originates inside or outside the organisation. Adoption rates are accelerating as the hybrid workforce, borderless networks and cloud migration continue to dominate the IT landscape.
Security begins with visibility. To secure your environment, you need to be able to identify all your critical assets, who accesses them, how and from where. Once you understand the scale of the challenge, you can introduce technologies and policies to build a zero-trust model.
AdEPT works with a wide range of UK businesses to help them secure their users, applications and infrastructure. Our IT security solutions leverage technology from some of the world’s leading cybersecurity providers.
AdEPT Cybersecurity solutions
Whether you are looking to protect your business against the growing ransom ware threat, implement stronger security policies and multi-factor authentication, secure remote workers or simply gain greater visibility of vulnerabilities within your IT infrastructure, we’re here to help.
- Managed Firewall
- SASE – Converged SD-WAN and Security
- Network Perimeter Security
- Endpoint Protection
- Network Access Control
- Policy-Driven Networking
- IoT Security
- Malware / Anti-Virus Protection
- Web & Email Filtering
- Network Monitoring & Behavioural Analytics
How can we help?
AdEPT empower organisations by uniting their technology, networking and data, providing seamless communication and the confidence to innovate. All underpinned by the latest security. And all with minimal fuss. We are perfectly placed to deliver a service you can trust. You can read more about some of our recent work in this area, by reading our case studies.
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