Cybereason are on our radar because of the holistic nature of their offering. As a solutions provider, we’re always looking for just that… far-reaching solutions.
Cybereason’s Remote Workforce Protection combines Cybereason NGAV multi-layered prevention, EDR analysis and response, with Cybereason MDR to manage it all for you. On top of that they offer remote incident response services across workstations, laptops and mobile devices.
On their blog, they’ve explained the need for such a comprehensive security system:
“A business may have sound security measures in place to protect the normal course of business, but they cannot simply be “cut and pasted” and applied to an increasingly remote workforce. Telecommuting presents its own unique set of security challenges, including a number of environment changes and increased reliance on the digital world, all of which must come into consideration. What devices will employees be using, and where will they be using them? Could others have easy access to information that is proprietary, either in physical proximity or through a shared WiFi connection? How will we share information with each other, and is that source being proactively secured?“
With questions like this hanging over the already stretched and under-pressure workforce, we’re grateful for companies that are relieving the strain. In the past few weeks we’ve certainly seen our fair share of customers telecommuting, remote working or transferring services online. Whilst physical crime is on the decline, cybercrime has seen a spike as individuals and companies spend further time on their devices.
So, how do we tackle this? As referenced in our latest ebook, a comprehensive cybersecurity system starts and ends with the ‘endpoint’ – i.e the laptop, tablet or mobile device that’s being used. Systems such as Cybereason’s Remote Workforce Protection are quick and easy to install across all environments, making it simpler than ever to roll-out a company wide system in 24 hours. What’s more, Cybereason recognises that budgets and timescales are tight. Not only can the system be installed in 24 hours – but they’re offering it on a flexible rate, three-month offering.
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