One major challenge for the small business is making the most of what you have. Small businesses face just as many threats as larger organizations, but they often have fewer resources — in terms of time, budget, and staff. Cisco Umbrella can fill in the gaps for your small business cybersecurity team.more →
The intent with SSE is that critical services are provided from one elegantly unified platform, and are the building blocks on which organizations can design a SASE architecture and fully deliver on the promises of cloud and digital transformation.more →
Let’s examine what distinguishes SASE from SSE, and why both concepts are so fundamental to building cloud-centric security and networking architectures of the future.more →
Our client is a global leader in B2B distribution of Paper, Packaging and Visual Communication solutions. The UK arm of the organization has multiple sales and logistics sites around the country. The head office houses the majority of its IT users, with the remainder distributed across the other office locations.more →
Small businesses have the same security needs as larger enterprises, but often lack the resources to deliver that security. Cisco Umbrella takes the burden of security off your back, providing powerful, perimeter‐wide protection that’s easy to deploy and manage.more →
Thanks to the growing availability of vaccines and immunization campaigns in multiple countries, the world is starting to see a light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel. We are eager to return to a new normal, being aware that some changes will be permanent, or if not permanent will strongly characterize the next years.more →
activereach Ltd work in partnership with Netskope for their customers, large and small, who are seeing the cost and business benefits of moving to a cloud-native control point, with the security posture and risk management tools they need.
It is understandable to have questions and want clarity about SASE (secure access secure edge) as a concept.more →
CASBs (Cloud Access Security Brokers) sit between an organization’s on-premises infrastructure and the cloud provider to ensure enterprise security policies are enforced. CASBs allow enterprises to go beyond their own infrastructure to ensure network traffic between on-premises devices and the cloud comply with their security policies.
Although still relatively young, CASBs have matured a lot recently, having evolved to the point where many analysts feel CASB will soon be as important as firewalls were when we were all working on PCs instead of laptops.more →