All IT Managers and network operators face a common challenge: how to maintain an effective cybersecurity defense profile while supporting business productivity in the face of ever-evolving and increasingly complex networks (from wired and wireless to multi-cloud environments) and also various access demands (from BYOD, to Guest, and, of course, the Internet of Things.
Assembling the right set of tools and processes to address this challenge is likewise a complex matter. The security marketplace is awash in tools and security solutions from which to choose, some single-purpose, some fully-fledged platforms. Many of these either do not work together seamlessly or require considerable time, effort, and expertise to integrate.
The shortage of sufficiently knowledgeable professionals in today’s market contributes further to the challenge, and requires IT departments to “train up” and maximize their existing pool of human resources.
Finally, conducting POC’s to determine which solution or combination of solutions is best-suited to a particular organization is both time-consuming and resource intensive. Doing so requires a significant level of investment and commitment.
All in all, establishing and maintaining an effective security defense profile is a daunting task. How does one get started?
Yeonju has worked in the cybersecurity business (NAC, E-DLP, Antivirus) for over 8 years, focusing on technical writing, sales engineering, and professional services in the global market. In her current position, she is responsible for promoting Genians NAC to the global market by collaborating with our business partners in the APAC/Middle East market.