Packet Fusion Announces Its IT Advisory Practice: Empowering Businesses to Accelerate Business Outcomes
PACKET FUSION, a leading Value-Added Reseller of unified communication, officially announces its IT Advisory practice,…
Organizations are becoming more vulnerable to cyber threats due to the increasing reliance on computers, networks, programs, social media, and online data. Cyber breaches and data theft have massive negative financial and operational impacts arising from a lack of a well-formulated security posture.
In 2021, 70% of IT and cybersecurity professionals said that security hygiene and security posture management had become increasingly challenging over the past two years. In 2023, more than one-third (36%) of professionals said securing their networks is even more difficult today than two years ago.
Security readiness measures your organization’s overall security strategies, policies, procedures, and technologies implemented to protect against and mitigate security risks. It is often referred to as your security posture.
Security covers various services, from managed firewalls and IDPS to DDoS mitigation and SIEM. Leading solutions analyze behavior to detect ever-changing threats, communicate with multiple systems to provide a comprehensive view into the environment, and include: 24/7/365 Security Operations Center (SOC) support for event notification and remediation.
This blog addresses the steps needed to evaluate and enhance security readiness. Don’t wait until you have respond to security concerns. The time to evaluate your security readiness is now.
These could include compliance assessments, gap analysis, intrusion detection monitoring, response plans, and internal security workshops. Meeting compliance standards is often crucial for companies, and your team needs to understand and adhere to these requirements for complete compliance. You can identify areas that need improvement by conducting assessments and gap analysis. Implementing intrusion detection monitoring helps detect and respond to potential threats, while response plans outline the steps to handle incidents effectively. Internal security workshops educate employees about best practices and their role in maintaining a secure environment. These services collectively contribute to strengthening your security posture and ensuring regulatory compliance.
The Security as Service marketplace is more confusing and crowded than ever. Trying to assess your organization’s needs, identify gaps and vulnerabilities, and find suitable security solutions and vendors on your own, can be a time-consuming and complicated job.
Alternatively, you can simplify the process by working with a security advisor who can minimize risk and potential points of failure by providing expert guidance and expertise. A security advisor helps assess your security needs, pinpoint weaknesses, and identify appropriate security solutions and vendors at competitive prices. As a result, you can streamline the security readiness planning process and improve your security posture more efficiently.
To what extent is your network and data secure and prepared? That is the question that deserves your immediate attention.
Packet Fusion, a trusted cloud and security advisor, is here to help. We collaborate with IT and business leaders to evaluate your current security posture. Our proprietary methodology enables us to assess, identify, source, and implement a tailored security solution that perfectly aligns with your specific requirements. With Packet Fusion, you can proactively address your security needs and ensure comprehensive protection for your network and data.
How the Packet Fusion Security Assessment works: