With the sheer number and severity of cyberthreats rising worldwide, business leaders count on IT and security organizations to mount a strong defense. Their organizations’ reputation and customer loyalty depend on it.
Some enterprises continue to deploy one-off security products as they’ve done for years. Yet, leading innovators take a more modern, successful approach to combating cyberattacks. They’re building in—not bolting on—protection with intrinsic security. This defense-in-depth, zero-trust approach strengthens security postures.
Policy-based and automated, intrinsic security delivers greater protection and additional peace of mind, according to five IT leaders worldwide. Here’s why they’ve invested in an intrinsic security strategy and recommend that peers make the shift, as well.
1. Boost Security, While Improving Employee and Customer Experience
Genghis Capital Ltd, a leading investment bank in Kenya, maintained full business continuity throughout the recent health pandemic as a result of its decision to become a cloud and digital-first business that takes security very seriously.
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Netflix DVD is the premier DVD-by-mail rental service. The company chose VMware Carbon Black for its endpoint detection and response (EDR) capabilities. Intrinsic detection and prevention also help the organization create time-saving automated security responses.
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Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) is a systems integration firm dedicated to helping government clients modernize IT systems and manage cybersecurity risks. Because national security can never be compromised, the company teamed up with VMware to help manage cyberthreats and attacks for its own operations and key government clients.
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