Cyber security now dominates the priorities of every organisation as each adapts to a post-COVID world and workforce disruption will drive a greater focus on endpoint security and the zero trust model.
Ransomware is one of the fastest growing threats in cybersecurity, with global damages predicted to reach £15 billion by 2021. Organisations are now more vulnerable to attacks due to a shift in remote working and users no longer protected by the corporate network. While 2021 and beyond will be a boom time for ransomware attackers, solutions such as cloud-delivered, AI-driven security that can react in real time will help defend against such attacks.
The traditional baseline for IT security has been protecting data within the network by protecting the perimeter. But the idea of a solid, defensible castle wall has fallen apart, especially when any employee can inadvertently open a door. Sooner or later, attackers get through the defences.
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We’re delighted to announce that we won Security Project of the Year 2018 at the Annual Computing Security Awards. We were also runner up for the “One to Watch” Security Company.