Information Protection

Encryption, data loss prevention, multi-factor authentication, tagging, and analytics enable businesses and governments to protect confidential information and IT assets while managing compliance requirements and restricting access to authenticated users.

Digital networks and assets are more valuable and prolific than ever—and threats to digital ecosystems are multiplying. Governments, senior leaders, boards, and institutions increasingly see cybersecurity as a public and strategic business threat with enormous financial, reputational, and regulatory implications.

Information Protection

Encryption, data loss prevention, multi-factor authentication, tagging, and analytics enable businesses and governments to protect confidential information and IT assets while managing compliance requirements and restricting access to authenticated users.

Digital networks and assets are more valuable and prolific than ever—and threats to digital ecosystems are multiplying. Governments, senior leaders, boards, and institutions increasingly see cybersecurity as a public and strategic business threat with enormous financial, reputational, and regulatory implications.

Cyber Attacks

Cyber attacks are growing in frequency and sophistication and are increasingly initiated by cyber criminals, nation states and other highly skilled adversaries intent on misappropriating information or inflicting financial and reputational damage.

These technologies are growing in complexity and often include a combination of on-premise, cloud and hybrid environments which are connected to multiple networks and are increasingly accessed via mobile devices. As a result, protecting information from cyber threats has become progressively more challenging.

The challenge of information security is compounded by the proliferation of new regulations and industry-specific compliance requirements mandating that organizations maintain the integrity and confidentiality of their data.

Cyber Attacks

Cyber attacks are growing in frequency and sophistication and are increasingly initiated by cyber criminals, nation states and other highly skilled adversaries intent on misappropriating information or inflicting financial and reputational damage.

These technologies are growing in complexity and often include a combination of on-premise, cloud and hybrid environments which are connected to multiple networks and are increasingly accessed via mobile devices. As a result, protecting information from cyber threats has become progressively more challenging.

The challenge of information security is compounded by the proliferation of new regulations and industry-specific compliance requirements mandating that organizations maintain the integrity and confidentiality of their data.