But cloud security is a shared technology model, so different providers implement and manage different parts of your stack. This introduces a certain level of risk.
So, what if there was a way of knowing exactly who is responsible for what in any given cloud project?
This is because the cloud requires a fundamentally different approach to traditional IT.
Your organisation, like many others, is experiencing a fast pace of change. To cope with this, you want your IT to be dynamic, agile and secure at scale, but you also need to keep your users happy, both now and into the future.
But what if you could embrace the cloud, protect your apps and data and deliver a great user experience – all at the same time?
By working with us, you’ll have proven blueprints for securing your business in the cloud. You can use our deep and proven experience and expertise to make sure your cloud implementations are secured at every level. We can help you see across your entire cloud infrastructure in real-time, so you can take full advantage of different opportunities as they arise without opening your organisation up to unnecessary risk.
Previously, your cyber security focus was likely to have been on having a strong perimeter around your network. Nowadays, your users have access to all sorts of solutions and platforms which can leave you wide open to a vast array of risks. And, as a number of high profile attacks remind us, a security breach can happen to anyone, at any time.
By partnering with us, you can benefit from our relationships with leading security vendors, and you can get access to the latest technology at competitive prices, such as Check Point, Cisco, Fortinet, Juniper and Palo Alto Networks managed firewalls.
The main principle of Cloud SIEM is MDR (Managed Detection and Response) which combines threat detection, incident response and collaborative threat intelligence. It enables security operation centre (SOC) teams to effectively detect and remediate cyber-attacks of all types; ranging from zero-day exploits to privilege escalation and ransomware, and our capabilities are delivered through a global network of SOC’s providing service 24x7x365.
Additionally, access to the Cloud SIEM dashboard provides a window into organisational risk posture with the ability to generate on-demand compliance reports with real status of organisation risk posture, people and processes around it.
Our Managed Cloud Security is a service that combines leading cloud security solutions with our managed services and security consulting.
We offer a number of cloud-based security features that you can select, either as standalone items or bundled packages.
You don’t have to purchase or maintain any hardware, and you don’t have to manage the software licences.
Other benefits of moving to managed cloud security include:
Our Compute Hybrid Managed Services remove the headache of globally managing different public and private clouds across your business using a consistent set of services.
Delivered through our global service organisation, you can wrap the following infrastructure:
You can leverage our skills, global scale and capabilities and use our Compute Management System as a single portal to get consistent control and governance of your IT services. You can also seamlessly migrate and manage workloads using our professional services transformation tools.