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Shake the paranoia

Why unify? The next generation of unified threat management calls for a ‘one-for-all’ approach to endpoint security, writes Róisín Kiberd

4th November, 2018
Michael Conway, director, Renaissance

Why invest in unified threat management (UTM) software? The headlines speak for themselves. By July of this year, a mere two months after GDPR had come into effect, the office of the Data Commissioner had received more than 1,100 reports of data breaches. Irish cybersecurity firms report a sharp rise in the number of ‘extortion’ emails in circulation of late, while the past year has seen a number of high-profile data breaches affect the Irish...

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