Securing business information with good network security practice is one of the most important topics in technology. Security threats are always present and ensuring your business is well protected is an ever attendant consideration.
Layered security is best practice for securing information by using multiple network security components. Each component focuses on a specific area where malware or hackers could attack. There is also some overlap, which provides a backup capability in the case of an unidentified or new (‘zero day’) vulnerability, or if there are any gaps in the security provided by the individual solution components.
Examples of security components which provide a layered approach include:
Mimecast Unified Email Management is a cloud-based solution that enables businesses of all sizes to adopt a layered approach to securing email communication. Deploying Mimecast alongside conventional anti-virus software provides layered protection against email threats as well as the risk of email outages, which are often highly disruptive to business.
Mimecast provides a number of key benefits:
Mimecast is just one of the security products that Paralogic deploys to help our customers enjoy safe and secure network computing. Our consultants design highly effective network security solutions, and one of our principles is to use best-in-class solutions from leading vendors such as Mimecast, to minimise the cost while maximising protection.
It is important for smaller, growing and mid-sized businesses to adopt a layered approach to network security. To find out more about how we can help you enjoy safe and secure network computing, simply get in touch today.
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