The security landscape is changing and challenging, we are faced with increasing complexity when trying to secure critical data. The market is filled with vendors and emerging technology solutions, often with loud messages of doom and gloom. Trying to navigate this to ascertain the best solution for your environment is often overwhelming.

Many vendors will tell you the answer to solving the security complexity is introducing even more complex solutions with exorbitant budgetary requirements. Left with more questions than answers, many security programs struggle to get started as the program to address all the problems just seems too big.


To address this wide range of security threats that are inherent in today’s hyper connected world, IT organizations are faced with the challenge of implementing and managing multiple security technologies. Staffing is a major concern in every IT organization. Everyone is being asked to do more with fewer people. Finding people with advanced skills is a challenge. SMBs especially cannot afford to employ an entire team of security specialists to monitor and manage the Network security suites.

Endpoint Security & Control

It takes more than antivirus to stop today’s advanced threats. An endpoint protection solution is an important part of your IT security strategy to protect corporate assets. Your endpoint solution should be able to prevent, detect and remediate malware and advanced threats. In addition, it should include features like web filtering and device control that let you enforce consistent security policy across your organization. Finally, you need a
Solution that’s easy to install and manage, and that can grow with your needs—saving you time and ensuring comprehensive protection for years to come.


Data classification is the foundation of an effective information governance strategy.

Data strategies differ greatly from one organisation to the next, as each generates different types and volumes of data. The balance may vary greatly from one user to the next between office documents, e-mail correspondence, images, video files, customer and product information, financial data, and so on.
Now, more than ever, organisations know they need to invest the right amount time, money and effort in data protection and storage, therefore, it's critical they address data classification before allocating resources in the wrong places.


Vulnerabilities are hidden - holes and backdoors are uncovered and exploited in even the newest code everyday. How secure are your applications and your network? Many organisations can’t define their security posture, high costs, damage to reputation and even legal costs can result from information loss. The challenge is to manage your security and incorporate business objectives at the same time.