The ever-evolving cybercrime environment presents many challenges to modern businesses as it’s no longer sufficient to simply keep pace with cybercriminals.
Node4 asserts businesses need to stay a step ahead, which is why the company has significantly upgraded its security portfolio.
The announcement includes a series of improvements and new security services under the banner of SECaaS (Security as a Service).
The cloud, data centre and communications solutions provider asserts it has taken a holistic view to prevent the kind of vulnerabilities experienced when integrating separate point solutions.
The new service incorporates a number of new elements including AI and threat intelligence, and is fully managed by Node4’s Security Operations Centre (SOC).
“Everyone talks about layered protection these days, and that’s hugely important,” says Steve Nice, chief technologist at Node4.
“However it also misses the point slightly. Businesses need the intelligence to put the various tools and services under a single layer of management, and to ‘cement’ these elements together in such a way that nothing can slip between the cracks.”
Nice asserts if components aren’t well-optimised or businesses don’t have the visibility to identify and react to threats quickly, you risk leaving yourself vulnerable.
“SMEs and the mid-market sector, particularly, need to ensure that they remain one step ahead. As threat vectors and the nature of security threats constantly evolve, security is becoming an increasingly difficult challenge for many SMEs to meet,” says Nice.
“Node4 is offering to take that headache away, offering industry-leading holistic security that can be fully managed by us.”
Some of the new improvements to Node4’s SECaaS offering include:
“Security is a key pillar for Node4. We’re focused on providing our prospects and customers with cutting-edge, state-of-the-art technology to help them mitigate against the growing threat landscape,” says CEO at Node4, Andrew Gilbert.
“With the plethora of tasks facing the modern security professional, it is vital that they have systems in place that can identify and mitigate threats reliably and in a low-touch manner, freeing their resource for more important tasks. This is the thinking behind our new security portfolio.”