Monday February 17, 2020

Doubling down on security

For companies, the aim is to be proactive and have visibility of their business’s processes

18th February, 2018
Conor Flynn, managing director, ISAS

Outsourced security services are going to play a bigger role with businesses going forward, and in light of recent high profile attacks, that can only be a good thing.

If you only look at the technological side of security, it’s fair to say the current state of it is complicated. Years ago, you might have been able to get away with just having a firewall and antivirus software which would prevent attacks by recognising signatures....

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