Companies at risk of unauthorised access to critical data
Recent local cyberattacks are a forewarning of things to come and it clearly shows the vulnerabilities of South African companies. Although in recent attacks customers have not necessarily suffered any financial losses, this could quickly change with personal and financial information in the hands of cybercriminals.
Ensuring the integrity of company data is not a simple task, especially as cybercrime, fraud and data breaches are on the increase. Today, both small and large companies need world-class security solutions to safeguard confidential information, ranging from internet threat protection to policy control for secure web traffic.
Businesses need proper protection against cyber threats and intellectual property leaks whilst also ensuring compliance with corporate content and access policies. Network and user activity monitoring is crucial as threats are not always external, companies need to secure all roaming users and mobile devices.
Troye technical director Kurt Goodall points to a number of defense mechanisms to protect one’s business from threats. “These could include malicious URL requests, viruses, Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs), zero-day malware, adware, spyware, botnets, cross-site scripting, and much more.”
“Troye provides a world-class Web Application Firewall which is ICSA, Common Criteria and FIPS-certified. It analyses bi-directional traffic including Click here to read entire article
Source:: IT News Africa