Tuesday February 18, 2020

Ergo provides next step in security-as-a-service

27th November, 2016
Jimmy Sheahan, managed services director at Ergo

The biggest battles in enterprise security are not always on the perimeter, where firewalls and antivirus are the weapons of choice. What happens after a breach is the most damaging part of an attack and the hardest to fix. That’s what customers have been telling Ergo, prompting the company to deliver a more holistic approach to security.

“Lots of companies come at them with security solutions, but what they tell me they’re missing...

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