Businesses today face a constantly evolving set of potential threats, from data security breaches to downtime from unexpected events.
In a world where information travels beyond the boundary of the corporate network and potentially across many devices outside of company control, it is more critical than ever to have solutions in place to protect your data at the source.
1. Data protection that’s truly mobile. With the increase of employee-owned devices within organisations, there is also an increasing risk of accidental data disclosure through apps and services that are outside of the organisation’s control, such as, email, social media, and the public cloud.
Finding a solution that ensures your corporate data is protected on your employee-owned devices, blocking hackers from accessing your sensitive system files by encrypting all stored data, even when the employee isn’t actively using it is a must.
2. Protection that follows your data. A challenge faced by organisations all over the world is the ability to track sensitive data sent via email and selectively preventing actions like editing, copying, or printing.
So having the ability to protect your valuable data, know who you are sharing it with, as well as which device it is being used, on is key.
3. Integrated security, from PC to cloud. Today, the topic of cybersecurity has moved from IT and the datacentre to the highest levels of the boardroom. Attacks and threats have grown substantially more sophisticated in frequency and severity. What’s at stake? Everything from customer privacy and brand identity to executive’s reputations and beyond.
Using software that can detect and remove harmful malware and identify breaches and threats using behavioural analysis, while allowing your employees continued use of their favourite apps and devices will be a win, win.
4. Protecting your devices. Signing in with facial and fingerprint recognition provides unbeatable protection. Windows Hello offers enterprise-grade security without having to type in a password. Devices that include a fingerprint reader are ready to use now, and devices that can recognise your face and iris are coming soon.
Talk to us about specifying a best-in-class solution that is tailored to your needs and budget.