It’s no secret that cybercriminals have stepped up their game when it comes to disturbing your IT infrastructure. Outside influences can leave your business vulnerable, especially if you are not taking advantage of next-gen cybersecurity planning. It’s only a matter of when, not if, your business will be susceptible to a costly data breach. With this more challenging and demanding environment, it’s imperative that your organization can quickly mitigate attacks while maintaining business continuity.
Is your business able to keep up with the demands of sustaining a constantly evolving IT infrastructure? If not, you should consider partnering with a next-gen MSP that focuses on outcomes that go beyond just your IT infrastructure. Together, you can develop strategies and invest in solutions that will take your cybersecurity to the next level.
Let’s discuss how you can overcome security and compliance challenges in this year of digital transformation with progressive technology.
Extended Detection and Response (XDR)
Companies need to take a more proactive approach to their cybersecurity, or they can face financial and reputational damage. Extended Detection and Response (XDR) collects data across networks, email, endpoints, servers and cloud systems, giving your organization visibility into advanced threats. Once established, threats can be detected, analyzed and remediated to prevent downtime and data loss.
When your organization has more visibility and context into threats, you’ll have a higher awareness of issues before they happen. This can allow your team to quickly focus and eliminate attacks before they cause catastrophic damage to your IT infrastructure. XDR goes further than EDR and provides your business with a broader capability to stop attacks in its tracks.
Zero-Trust Network Access (ZTNA)
You might have heard about zero-trust, but why should your organization implement this type of security? It’s simple—your business gives access to important resources to multiple users who require approved entry to retrieve it. This can make it difficult to know if the right user has access to the right data.
This is where a ZTNA comes into play—it enables your business to move more securely with a zero-trust strategy. Your business can reduce ransomware attacks and protect the hybrid cloud. You’ll be able to limit and control who has access to your network and protect your network resources at the same time.
Cloud-Native Application Protection Platforms (CNAPP)
A cloud-native application protection platform (CNAPP) is an all-in-one software platform that can simplify detecting, monitoring and acting upon a potential threat. With the threat landscape evolving, businesses are looking to find ways to ensure that their cloud-native applications are protected and still able to streamline operations. With a CNAPP, your business can combine multiple tools and capabilities into one platform.
A CNAPP offers end-to-end cloud and application security that gives your business peace of mind.
Choosing Your Next-Gen MSP
With the increase in cyberattacks, your business should take a proactive approach to bolster your cybersecurity. It’s better to be prepared for an attack–especially with how cybercriminals have evolved.
If you are interested in learning more about next-gen cybersecurity planning, or the new innovative solutions that are out on the market, contact the CyberTrust IT Solutions team today. We can keep your business informed with expertise, while also providing you with ways to improve your cybersecurity through next-gen planning. Don’t wait until it’s too late—reach out today.