Operating in a Dangerous Cyber World
Today’s smartest senior managers know that corporations must be diligent about network protection. The Equifax hack scandal of 2017—in which attackers stole the sensitive data of more than 145 million people— plus continuing news headlines exposing enterprise cyber attacks, teaches businesses that network security must be a priority.
The internet is inherently insecure. As soon as a device connects to a network, its IP address, location and network identity are exposed. This digital footprint makes the device, the network and the end user vulnerable to attack.
Companies have traditionally turned to technologies like Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) and dedicated leased lines from service providers like Verizon and AT&T to improve network performance, but gained little additional network protection.
Though solutions like these do offer managed service packages and Quality of Service (QoS), they often require large capital expenditures and extensive maintenance and support—but have minimal privacy and security capabilities to protect the WAN.
The Cyber Threat Is Real
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