it comes to the ranking of IT departments priority lists the importance
of security intelligence in protecting business revenue and reputation
is always found near the top. The IT industry and governments must
come together to educate the masses for safe computing. Now is the
time for security players to dispel with traditional technology jargon
and acronyms and speak in common terms to business and personal users.
Our job is to protect your vital information and help ensure a truly
resilient infrastructure, one that can recover quickly in the event
of any foreseeable emergency or interruption, natural or man-made.
One thing that is common all over the world is that businesses have
three challenges: Cost, complexity, and compliance. Compliance is
the new elephant in the room.
It's no exaggeration to say that compliance has become one of the
key IT challenges of the 21st century, while cost remains the nemesis
of almost every organization despite the fact the cost of hardware
has come down dramatically over the years. Insofar as IT complexity
is concerned, IT departments are inundated with the influx of wireless
applications and mobile devices while managing the ongoing issues
related to integrating architectures and applications on a number
of different operating system platforms.
Labour costs have been a real challenge for most organizations. IT
departments have to deal with an increasingly complex environment
. . . the world has become more heterogeneous, not less. The Windows
environment is still the most exploited and other platforms, including
Linux, are now demonstrating similar weaknesses.
We all applaud Microsoft's security initiatives, they are very necessary,
but they're not necessarily sufficient.
We foresee a security marketplace with fewer vendors, better product
integration, improved interoperability, and fewer complicated license
agreements for customers to navigate through.
Spyware, phishing, identity theft and fraud represent the new face
A few years ago, spam was a mild irritant. Today it's become the cancer
of the e-economy, Businesses must fight against phishing scams to
protect their customers and their brand. Business and government offices
need to be prepared for the natural or man- made disasters that can
take down part of your infrastructure, blocking access to vital information.
We live in a society today that is an information-based economy where
data is not only an important currency but the product itself, businesses
need to take a proactive, holistic approach to security.
The marriage between security and availability is awfully important
for Business, the notion of creating a resilient infrastructure, hence
security, availability, storage management, systems management, network
management, will all coalesce to create a more resilient and stable
Society has become very reliant upon digital information, yet it generally
lacks the basic knowledge on how to protect these computing assets.
A properly implemented digital security system and backup process
is critical in today's digital world. Let us help ensure your business
is sufficiently protected.