How do you prevent, detect and respond to a security breach? It is not a matter of whether you will experience a security breach; it’s a matter of when.
We’ve all heard of threats like hackers, insider threats, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, weak supply chains endangering credit card data, customer data, etc. The potential damage to a company’s reputation and bottom line is huge. However, it doesn’t stop there.
By 2018, new legislation such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Network & Information Security Directive (NIS) will mean that fines for infringement can add up to 4% of company turnover.
At this year’s Fujitsu Forum, Fujitsu is running seminars to better understand the consequences of GDPR, as well as other key security topics.
Fujitsu’s security approach is Intelligent Led Security.
Intelligent Led Security is underpinned by a Fujitsu Intelligent Security Operation Center, ISOC, which is actively looking for a security breach or risk 24/7, prioritizing threats and taking the necessary actions.
What is your company doing to prevent a breach or a security risk? While a number of companies do have SOCs, is the current SOC fit for purpose or do they need to partner with a SOC that has the necessary capabilities?
The key point to bear in mind is that security is not a cost, it’s an asset.
At this year’s Fujitsu Forum, you can to talk to security experts about how Fujitsu’s PalmSecure biometric technology, Fujitsu’s SURIENT end-to-end IT security system or Artificial Intelligence tools can help you turn security into a business asset.
Now is the time to make security a cornerstone of your business.