Improving Security and Compliance

How can you ensure that your IT estate is sufficiently secure and compliant to pass every audit, meet every regulatory requirement, and support digital transformation at your business?

Security may be the most important characteristic of your business IT environment. Availability might seem more critical, but an available, insecure environment is a business crisis waiting to happen.

Effective security that meets or exceeds compliance with all relevant regulations and requirements is essential to the success – and survival – of your business. And you must secure your IT estate before you can use it to support the digital transformation of your business.

Security threats are growing in number, sophistication, and ability to inflict damage on your business, customers and partners. That damage – to your ability to do business, and to your business’ reputation – can be severe, expensive, and lasting.

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  • The 2018 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report identified more than 53,000 security incidents and 2,200 confirmed data breaches in the preceding year.
  • The Ponemon Institute 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study found the global average cost of each data breach to be US$3.86 million, a 6.4-percent increase over the previous year. The same study found that each stolen or lost record that contained sensitive or confidential information cost the affected companies an average of $148.
  • The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires that every business that does business with European Union (EU) citizens must protect their personally identifiable information (PII). Non-compliance penalties are as high as four percent of a company’s worldwide annual revenues or 20 million Euros, whichever is higher.

Successful protection against cyber attacks and threats starts with your knowledge of your entire IT infrastructure. You need to know as much as possible about your network and everything that connects to it. This is especially true as you automate patch and update installation and seek to discover and resolve vulnerabilities. You also need comprehensive, timely knowledge about changes to your IT assets and environment. Such knowledge can alert you to possible security threats and vulnerabilities, such as unauthorized new device connections or missing or outdated software patches and updates.

Fusion can help.

Fusion’s Discovery Exploitation as a Service (DEaaS) enables the actionable visibility you need to protect your environment. It combines the power of BMC’s agentless Discovery platform with other relevant data sources and the vast experience of Fusion experts. DEaaS can help you to keep your software patches up to date, and help enforce and highlight non-compliance with your security policies.

Fusion’s Capacity Optimization as a Service (COaaS) ensures that you are delivering the right capacity as and where it’s needed. Available as a cloud- or premise-based service, COaaS provides visibility into and control over your premise- and cloud-based infrastructure resources. This helps to reduce risks by avoiding over-provisioning, under-provisioning, and making unused capacity available to intentional or accidental threats.

Fusion’s TrueSight Vulnerability Management can map server assets and vulnerabilities, generate remediation operations for server vulnerabilities, and launch corrective actions. It can also enable blind spot detection and filtering of vulnerabilities and provide intuitive applications to manage specific threat timetables and prioritization.

Fusion experts have experience in some of the world’s most secure environments, and hold numerous accreditations, certifications (including ISO27001), and security clearances. Fusion’s solutions, experience, and expertise can help you to maximize the security, availability, performance, and business value of your IT investments. With Fusion, you can deliver effective “security as a service” across your entire IT environment.