Early April, the annual ‘Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2019’ was released by the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. This shows that in the last year, 32% of businesses in the UK experienced cyber security breaches or attacks, hitting 2 out of every 10 charities across the country and seemingly targeting medium to large business and high-income charities.
An Automated Patch Management solution will fully automate the patch management life-cycle for desktops, laptops and servers on a daily basis. Nowadays, even minor software bugs can lead to major headaches so the importance of implementing a regular patching schedule can’t be underestimated!
An opportunity has arisen for a skilled engineer to join our team. The engineer will be working closely with other team members, to provide class leading support to our varied customers during the installation and configuration of IT systems.
OSSIM is an open source network security platform or SIEM (Security Information and Event Management). It is utilised by companies such as Foot Locker, Domino’s and All Pay and is by far the most popular security platform available on the market. OSSIM not only protects a network but can also be configured to help companies reach certain levels of regulation compliancy.
Patch management is pretty much what the name suggests! It is an automated system that manages the system patches that are provided to the systems in use, be it a desktop PC, laptop or a server. An update schedule can be setup and enforced without the users or administrators having to pay granular attention to the update reminders, or chase staff to complete these.
As network and working practices continue to develop, flex and become more fluid, time becomes our precious resource in the modern office. Staff managing large and important amounts of data across multiple sites/projects are often juggling many plates, and the requirement to reduce wasted activities is brought to the forefront. New devices can assist in reducing these challenges, but many businesses are hesitant to upgrade their core network and the end user devices.