Securing your users and their endpoint devices is becoming increasingly difficult thanks to bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies, greater volumes of people working remotely, and an increase in new devices such as smart watches and the Internet of things (IoT). Shadow IT is just one growing concern, and employees increasingly use their own devices to access corporate data and keep up to date with the workplace while they are “out of the office”. As a leading modern workplace and mobile provider in the UK, Daisy delivers services that keep your business safe from the risks posed by endpoint devices.
Microsoft 365 Security
The adoption of Microsoft 365 has introduced a requirement for IT teams to rethink how they control and mitigate the risks this technology represents. Keeping users safe requires specialist security expertise, combined with proactively reducing threats. Security updates and antivirus management activities are critical but often neglected, and optimising Microsoft 365 is core to the security of your end users and devices. Enterprise Mobility & Security (EMS) plays a vital part in protecting the modern workplace, a critical toolset capable of securing end-user identities and devices. Although effective implementation of EMS features can be intimidating, Daisy is here to help.
Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR)
The endpoint is the last line of defence and the most exploited device in your network. With more people now working from home, endpoint security has become far more critical and challenging, with a sharp increase in threats targeting end users. By partnering with leading EDR providers, Daisy can deliver the most appropriate protection to meet your business requirements including proactive management by the experts within our Security Operations Centre.
Email Security and Security Awareness Training
When you analyse the anatomy of most successful cyberattacks, it is an unfortunate truth that the end user is typically the weakest part of any organisation’s security posture. In fact, research shows that human error is involved in 90%+ of all security breaches. The best way to mitigate this risk is by deploying comprehensive email security from leading vendors, combined with quality security awareness training to educate users of the risks of cyberattacks and reduce successful phishing attempts.