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October 04, 2021 2 min read
It’s well-known that security is a crucial component of modern business, but cybersecurity technology has become increasingly complex. The wide-spread use of faster networks and cloud services increases vulnerabilities, and even many large enterprises lack the resources to effectively manage security on a day-to-day basis.
With managed security services, small, mid-size and large businesses each have access to expert cybersecurity protection and resources. Access to ever-present, ongoing security support is crucial because every business is connected to the internet today, and regardless of business size, lost data and compromised systems can be fatal to operations.
Some of the most common security risks facing businesses include:
Managed Security gives businesses a complete set of security tools to ward off these threats and others. Devoting IT staff to the type of monitoring and protection required to defend against these threats isn’t feasible for many businesses, and there are more productive things they could be doing. Managed Security ensures ongoing, proactive protection while using the latest information and tactics. With Managed Security, businesses are a step ahead of cybercriminals.
Modern security practices include:
With this combination of tools and services, the window of opportunity for cybercriminal activity is slammed shut. Threat intelligence can stay on top of known or emerging cybersecurity issues, but the combination of risk assessment and security consulting truly pays off in the end. This is because effective security isn’t just about patrolling the perimeter – often, threats can enter undetected through employee error or password weaknesses. Managed Security can bolster your organization’s defences by helping with the implementation of security policies and practices that help create a human firewall out of your employees.
Managed Security enables you to have instant access to broad security experience and expertise along with the latest threat detection and response tools. For more information on managed security and the role it plays in modern business connectivity, contact iTel today.
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