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The Advantages of Secure Infrastructure as a Service

Businesses today face a unique set of challenges when it comes to protecting their digital assets. With cyber threats evolving daily, it’s imperative to have effective security measures in place. However, the traditional approach of purchasing security hardware and software is often impractical and costly for many businesses. This is where Secure Infrastructure as a Service (SIaaS) comes into play. In this article, we’ll explore why SIaaS is a game-changer for businesses looking to enhance their security solutions without the burden of expensive upfront investments.

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What is Security Infrastructure?

Before diving into SIaaS, it’s essential to understand what we mean by “Security Infrastructure.” This comprises the essential components that help keep your digital environment protected – for instance:

  • UTM Firewall: This acts as a barrier between your network and the internet, controlling incoming and outgoing traffic based on analysis of the traffic, providing the first line of defense for your digital assets. 
  • Secure Wireless Access Points: These provide safe WiFi access for your devices, ensuring that wireless communication is protected.
  • Managed Switches: These are the building blocks of any network, helping to connect different devices securely and efficiently.
  • Workstation/Server Endpoint Protection Software: This software is installed on each device (for instance computers, tablets, mobile devices, and servers) to protect them from threats like viruses, malware, ransomware, and cyber attacks.
  • Digital Network Alarm Sensors: Much like traditional alarm systems that protect our homes and businesses with various sensors and detectors, there are similar devices designed to safeguard our digital infrastructure, triggering an alarm when a security event happens within your digital assets.

The Misconception of “Buy and Forget” in Cybersecurity:

Many businesses fall into the habit of viewing security infrastructure purchases as one-off investments; this approach puts their operations at risk. Just as we no longer utilize physical locks that use a skeleton key, we should not use equipment that can no longer perform the tasks required for securing our digital assets.  Here’s why the strategy of install and forget could prove costly:

  • Constant Evolution of Threats: Cyber criminals are continually discovering new methods of entry, necessitating constant updates to security methods.
  • Regular Updates and Maintenance: Security systems need regular firmware updates in order to stay effective against new threats that emerge daily.
  • Overlooking the Lifecycle of Technology: Security technology can quickly become obsolete, necessitating periodic evaluation and updates.

Understanding the Dynamic Nature of Cyber Threats:

With cyber threats changing constantly, effective security must be updated and adaptable at all times.

  • Software Updates: To ensure all devices are using the most up-to-date and secure software available.
  • Acquiring the Newest Intrusion Detection and Prevention Signatures: In order to detect and protect against emerging hacking techniques.
  • Installing New Virus and Malware Signatures: Regular updates are key for protecting networks against new strains of viruses and malware, such as ransomware.

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Why SIaaS Offers a More Vigilant Solution:

Secure Infrastructure as a Service offers tailored solutions to these unique challenges:

  • Proactive Security Management: SIaaS providers continuously assess and enhance your security infrastructure.
  • Expertise and Specialization: With SIaaS, your business has access to cutting-edge security hardware that specializes in advanced protection while being managed expertly for optimal protection.
  • Operational Flexibility: SIaaS’ adaptability enables it to meet the varying security needs of your business, providing a scalable security solution that grows alongside you.
  • Continuous Monitoring and Updates: Keeping your information systems protected against emerging threats requires ongoing monitoring and updates.
  • Expert Response to Threats: Quick response times to security incidents help minimize damage.
  • Customized Security Solutions: Customized security strategies tailored specifically for your business needs.

Though purchasing security infrastructure equipment may appear straightforward, cyber threats require more adaptive and swift solutions that protect businesses against evolving threats. SIaaS gives businesses access to this form of security protection so they can stay ahead of cyber crime threats.

Don’t let Cybersecurity be an afterthought. Reach out to us today for a consultation on how SIaaS can strengthen your business against the constantly evolving cyber threats.