DTX Manchester Central 17th & 18th May

Events | Posted: 17-03-2023
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Visit the Distology team at DTX, Manchester Central on 17th & 18th May!

Our experts will be on booth E105 discussing how Yubico, ThreatX and Jamf protect the three main targets that cyber criminals use to gain access to organisations. Plus, find out about how Drata helps you get in great shape for your cybersecurity frameworks and standards with minimal complexity.

What are the three main targets?

Before getting into the nitty gritty, it’s vital for businesses to understand where their vulnerabilities are. But, how do they know what boxes to tick, or whether they’re ticked or not?

Identifying weaknesses can be a costly and time-consuming process, involving manual assessments in multiple departments and hiring external consultants. However, there is another way!

Drata’s automated solution using endpoint integration is straight forward to implement, and once set up provides a comprehensive set of tools to manage security posture, operationalise risk management programmes and fully integrate with any further risk solutions.

Once this is underway, the time is right to align highlighted weakness to the top three gateways cyber criminals use to gain access:

  1. Identity

    Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a must to ensure users are who they say they are. Yubico provide strong MFA that’s easy to deploy, even easier to use and reduces IT costs. The YubiKey provides scalable authentication that eliminates account takeovers from phishing attacks.

  2. Web applications

    APIs are essential for allowing businesses to connect to services and seamlessly transfer data – but exploited APIs can lead to costly data breaches. ThreatX’s attack-centric solution analyses suspicious behaviour and identifies malicious traffic, using automated responses to block traffic in real-time, whilst also collecting vital information that prevents future attacks. Supported by a 24/7 in-house SOC team to further reduce response times to real-time threats.

  3. Devices

    Setting up new devices, managing and securing them is a vital part of an IT department’s remit. Devices that aren’t running the most up to date versions will be at risk from hackers. Jamf has this wrapped up into one solution that empowers IT admins, and the people using the tech, to worry less about their device security and keep them productive from day one.

So there you have it – comprehensive protection and compliance automation in four easy steps!

Register now and we’ll look forward to discussing our cybersecurity solutions, the added value of working with Distology and how together we can benefit your customers.

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