Data Protection and Access Control

The huge increase in data and the shift to working ‘online’ has made securing your valuable data and managing network users a tough and difficult job. A small mistake can lead to a major disaster.

An organisation’s information security policy is a core component that is often not taken seriously enough. A breach must first occur within the organisation before it is reminded that it is crucial and must be addressed. Unfortunately, the damage has then already been done. 

In order to protect your organisation’s data and maintain continuity, you must take action to manage and secure access controls. These controls are the first line of defence against cyber threats. By doing so, you protect the financial well-being and reputation of your organisation.

Authentication Solutions

Authentication Solutions

Authentication solutions are a well-established way to improve secure access to applications, systems, and devices. They come in various shapes and sizes, as a device or a (mobile) application.

Encryption & Key Management

Encryption & Key Management

To ensure sensitive data is protected, encryption and key management are critical. This is the case whether you’re storing data in a physical data center, a private or public cloud, or in a third-party storage application.

Working securely from home

Secure Remote Access

Remote access is designed to help keep your business running by providing a secure environment to work productively from home.

Privileged User Security

Privileged User Security

Every organization has standard user accounts and privileged user accounts; the latter are administrative, service, or application accounts. These ‘privileged’ accounts are authorized and therefore trusted by the organization to perform certain security-relevant functions.

SIEM and Log Management

SIEM and Log Management

Since 2005, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) has evolved into an essential component of cybersecurity, as data has become increasingly valuable to organizations. Every user leaves a trace of his or her activities.