Risk-centric solutions that ensure cost-effectiveness
Our risk-centric approach to security enables us to ensure your security architecture is both well-suited for your needs and cost-effective for your business. You shouldn’t buy a thousand-dollar safe to protect a hundred-dollar bill.
We focus on building a cost-effective architecture that, before an attack occurs, puts your organization in a position to respond rapidly, confidently and effectively.
To do that, you must ensure that all your security technologies work together as a comprehensive solution. When it comes to security, the sum is greater than the parts.
Our approach starts with ensuring the right policies and processes are in place. That way, your first step in the event of an attack won’t be panic—it will be the rapid response required to protect your organization and minimize any negative impact.
To ensure cost-efficiency, we first focus on optimizing your existing architecture investments and finding ways to better protect your organization using what you already have.
We’ve built an architectural approach that helps enable a more proactive model of security, defined by three primary characteristics:
Enable security administrators to accurately see and gather data from all potential attack vectors across the network fabric, endpoints, email and web gateways, virtual environments and the cloud. They can then correlate information, apply intelligence to understand context, make better decisions and take action either manually or automatically.
We stay focused on preventing the next attack. Our approach enables visibility to understand and adapt to changes in the environment, and helps evolve protections to take proactive actions and stop threats. Advanced malware and zero-day attacks require continuous analysis and real-time security intelligence, delivered from the cloud and shared across all products for improved efficacy.
- Deep defense
Security is more than a perimeter network issue; it requires an integrated system of agile and open platforms that cover the network, devices and the cloud. These platforms need to be extensible, built for scale and centrally managed for unified policy and consistent controls. Simply put, they need to be as pervasive as the attacks being combated. A platform-based approach increases security effectiveness by eliminating silos and the security gaps they create.