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                Monitored Server Protection

                Quickly Identify and Respond to Threat Actors Using Your Servers

                A strong security posture requires integrated layers of defence. One of these layers is monitoring the servers that store critical data. However, staffing security experts to monitor and protect cloud and legacy assets is becoming more difficult.

                Security teams face the challenge of ensuring that business runs smoothly by reducing risks to the servers that support operations both on premise and in the cloud. The skills, processes and tools to keep up with threats and monitor servers may fall short. It's likely that monitoring servers ranks as one of your top challenges, given a lack of end-to-end visibility in an environment that constantly changes.

                Today's threat landscape features targeted attacks, advanced malware and persistent adversaries. While securing the traditional network perimeter and achieving regulatory compliance is necessary, it's no longer sufficient to identify, mitigate, or block cyber threats targeting multi-tenant environments. Threats to servers can move laterally between servers and virtual machines, often without ever crossing a traditional perimeter security device. Vigilance through monitoring is the key to prevention and detection.

                Monitored Server Protection is a platform for both virtual and physical servers with a common management interface that provides defence-in-depth security by delivering firewall, intrusion detection and prevention, and anti-malware capabilities monitored by experienced security experts, 24/7.

                Key Benefits:

                • Protection: self-defending servers and virtual desktops to stop data breaches
                • Lower costs: reduce overhead to respond to and mitigate critical issues
                • Achieve compliance: address standards for PCI DSS 2.0, NIST, ISO 270001/2, SSAE16/ISAE 3402, and more

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