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Every organisation, in every vertical market today is under relentless, systematic attack from an increasingly sophisticated, if renegade, community of professional hackers.
Cisco estimates the global cybercrime market is worth somewhere between $450 billion and $1 trillion
Your organisation may not have been breached yet, but what happens if you are? Are you prepared?
Logicalis takes a consultative architectural approach to helping organisations like yours respond to security threats across the entire attack continuum: before, during and after an attack.
We work with you to develop a comprehensive strategy that can be implemented in phases and will provide a security platform that is effective, manageable, and adaptable enough to confront increasingly sophisticated threats with confidence.
Ask yourself: If you knew you were going to be breached tomorrow, what would you do differently today?
Before an attack: You need comprehensive awareness and visibility of what’s on the extended network in order to implement policies and controls to defend it. That includes devices, operating systems, services, applications and users.
During an attack: Once an intrusion is accomplished, you need to be able to continuously detect malware and block its intent.
After an attack: You need to marginalise the impact of an attack by identifying point of entry, determining the scope, containing the threat, eliminating the risk of re-infection, and remediating.
Learn how an architectural approach to security can keep your data safe today and tomorrow.
Logicalis can help plan and implement a security strategy designed specifically for your organisation.
A comprehensive security implementation provides appropriate security levels for an organisation. Learn how Logicalis can help.
Data is the lifeblood of many organisations and if you lose access to your data, your business can rapidly grind to a halt. Organisations of all industries and sizes report ransomware attacks which lead to substantial financial loss, data exposure and potential brand damage.
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