In an age of ongoing digital transformation, cybercrime has quickly become today’s fastest-growing form of criminal activity. Equally worrying for modern executives, it’s also set to cost businesses $5.2 trillion worldwide within five years, according to Accenture.
Cybercriminals are pilfering a staggering volume of data and money from companies around the world. The damage from hacks costs businesses $400 billion a year, according to British insurance company Lloyd's.
Secure Your Organization Across the Entire Attack Surface
Identities which are essentially the credentials of both admins and end users
User data which encompasses email and documents
Endpoints which can range from your devices to sensors
Apps which enable productivity yet also create a new attack surface
Enterprise Security Protection
Organizations today are managing a growing volume of data and alerts while dealing with tight budgets and vulnerable legacy systems. Get help achieving your broader security objectives—and identify current and real threats
Compliance and Data Risk Management
Protecting information, wherever it goes, is critical to ensuring trust and meeting compliance requirements. But first, you need to know what data you have, where it is, how it’s being used, and compliance risks that may exist, it will give customers the insights they need to better discover, protect, and govern your corporate data.
Today’s users are looking for more ways to remain productive while working on any device. 95% of organizations allow personal devices in the workspace. All these devices add additional risks, when you consider that 70 million smartphones are lost every year.
With users asking for more ways to work the way that they want, we will help the customers to manage both company-owned and user-chosen devices in the cloud.
Identity and Privilege Access Management (PAM)
Identity is today’s control plane for digital transformation. Organizational barriers are blurring between who is in and out of your network. Cloud apps and the increasing use of personal devices and remote work mean that data is no longer centralized behind traditional network security.
With identity attacks on the rise, we can help you with how to stop tomorrow’s data breaches by securing identities today.