IS security should not hold back your business development but should adapt to allow you to integrate new uses without creating new risks.
Protecting infrastructures, the network, the messaging system, web browsing, applications, remote access
User protection, device safeguarding: work stations, server, tablets, smartphones
Protecting information capital, mapping, traceability, data encryption and governance,
accounts and access
« Security concerns need no longer hold back uses. Safeguarding must be adapted to support the user, wherever he or she may be, and whatever the devise and corresponding application. Seamless security enables optimal protection to hedge against increasingly sophisticated attacks.
It is vital that companies consider security from a global perspective. This requires interconnected solutions with new-generation analytical ability that is behavior-specific rather than being the result of static analysis as was traditionally the case. »Sylvain Crétin-Maitenaz