Cyberattacks Are Coming
The business world is evolving faster than ever before. The accelerating pace of change makes it more difficult to evaluate technologies to secure a digital transformation, meet disruptive competition, and protect enterprise data and assets from a growing universe of cyberthreats. Read the full paper, "Cyberattacks Are Coming."
Considering the substantial risk and cost of security failures, now is not the time for a “go it alone” approach. There are simply too many threats that are moving too fast. And the downside outcomes — in time, money, and irreparable damage to brands and reputation — are simply too great. To fully realize the promise of the digital business, you must have a more reliable and comprehensive way to protect your enterprise. That is why growing numbers of organizations are exploring the managed security service (MSS) alternative.
Whether an organization out-tasks all security activities, or selects a hybrid approach, a fully-capable MSS provider should offer access to state-of-the-art capabilities. Those innovations can include intelligent analytics-driven capabilities, including use of Big Data analytics to detect emerging and currently unknown threats. Other methods might include use-case assessments, user behavior analytics and monitoring, and improvements in visualization and the user interface.
Perhaps the greatest MSS impact will come from the eventual refinement of software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV), which enable providers to provision and manage security and responses much like any other network service.
Proven solutions and predictable costs allow you to focus your security and risk management resources where they are needed most. For a growing number of growth- and innovation-oriented organizations, it’s a rational alternative — to interleave managed security services from a trusted partner. This partner should give you best-practices security while simplifying regulatory compliance, protecting your enterprise so you can focus on your business.
FInd out more about:
- Key aspects of the current enterprise security environment
- What you should look for in a managed security services provider
- Benefits of the MSS model
- MSS customer case studies
Read the full paper, "Cyberattacks Are Coming."