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Poor security systems are a legacy of the past

Unity Technology Solutions is providing an innovative and managed service to its customers, who are facing more sophisticated levels of threat, writes Simon Kelly

6th November, 2016
Simon Kelly, sales manager, Unity Technology Solutions

Businesses today, whether small or large, must live and learn to thrive in a world of ever-increasing cyber risk. Risk is rising for many reasons, including an increasing attack surface and the growing complexity and sophistication of attacks.

First, with the large number of mobile devices and cloud services being used by employees, and virtual and cloud infrastructure being deployed by organisations of all sizes, the so-called “attack surface” has expanded dramatically. With this increased...

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